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kylur12-Apr-10 10:25
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Thank you for the reply, Berndus.

This answer really caught my eye as it 1) took advantage on templates and specialization, 2) the helper functions can all be moved into the IPipe class as private members, 3) is understandable and 4) is short.

Looking closer at the get_the_value functions and they start to look very similar to the reinterpret_cast as suggested in another reply - the only difference being explicitly returning the union member.

Good job! I think this is the solution I'll use.

Regards,
Kylur.
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