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kylur12-Apr-10 10:09
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Thanks for the reply, "cmk".

And no I had not tried your suggestion.
But now I (almost) have (I used return reinterpret_cast<t&>(v);) and yes it does work! And I'm not sure if you're a friggin' genius or if I'm just an idiot for not seeing this solution.

For some unknown reason however, I'm a little reluctant to use this - "gurus" tend to frown on casts and in this case I'm not really sure what a reinterpret_cast of a union is really doing (although I have to say it does seem to work).

I'll really have to think about this some more!

Regards,
Kylur.
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