Miscellaneous question regarding std.container?
Too Embarrassed To Say
kheaser at eapl.org
Sat Nov 3 11:38:13 PDT 2012
The std.container starts off with container primitives. Does this
mean that all containers should support all these primitives?
Because I could never get c.length to work for a simple SList.
Are there formal definitions for U and Stuff like in (U)(U
values...) and (string op, Stuff)(Stuff stuff);
struct SList(T); // Implements a simple and fast singly-linked
Since SList is a structure and in the excellent book by
Andrei[A..u], he says for structure constructors (22.214.171.124)
“…the compiler always defines the no-arguments constructor”.
This being the case shouldn’t one of the following compile?
auto s4 = SList;
auto s5 = SList();
auto s6 = SList(int);
And how does the std.array differ from the Array in
std.container? Is the std.array array a class while the
std.container array a structure?
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