Category : variadic-templates

I’m trying to implement something like std::bind() from scratch. Over in How does std::bind take variadic arguments by value, even with its universal reference? I asked how it would be possible to store variadic arguments in a tuple by value, while using perfect forwarding. I learned about std::decay_t<T> which lets me do just this. I ..

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The function signature for std::bind() is as follows: template< class F, class… Args > /*unspecified*/ bind( F&& f, Args&&… args ); So args is a variadic template universal reference, if I understand correctly. The traditional template type deduction rules for universal references are as follows: If the argument passed to T is an lvalue, then ..

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I am trying to create an IoC Container in C++ that resolves Dependencies automatically. For that I created a function with two variadic parameter packs that is declared like this: template <class T, typename … TDependencies, typename… TArgs> void Register(std::function<std::shared_ptr<T> (std::shared_ptr<TDependencies> …, TArgs …)> && pFactory) Apparently however it seems the compiler is unable to ..

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this is my first question here so apologies in advance if this isn’t formatted correctly. I was wondering whether given the below constraints, it is possible to use variadic functions/templates in order to pass a variable number of parameters (which are themselves a return value of a function) into a variadic function. **Constraints: No STL/Boost/other ..

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