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QuestionC++ class hierarchy design problem Pin
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Bernódus Kristinsson9-Apr-10 11:04
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template<typename T> T 
get_the_value(gen_scalar const& gs) const;// primary template no need for definition

template<double> inline double 
get_the_value(gen_scalar const& gs) const { return gs._double; }

template<short> short inline 
get_the_value(gen_scalar const& gs) const { return gs._i16; }


//... and so on for all types in the union (never remember the placement of inline)


template<typename T>
class IPipe : public Pipe
{
public:
	IPipe(PIPE* pipe) : Pipe(pipe) { pipe_open(pipe_, P_READ); };

	T Get() const
	{
		GENERIC_SCALAR v;
		pipe_value_get(pipe_, &v);
		return get_the_value<T>(v);// important:  <T>
	};
};


// several small functions instead of same number of classes

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QuestionCan PostThreadMessage Post to a Thread in a Different Process Pin
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