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Questionoverloaded = operator not being invoked Pin
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QuestionStill Struggling with map::insert and operator overload Pin
ForNow20-Dec-22 15:57
ForNow20-Dec-22 15:57 
Hi
I am still having problems with map::insert

Here is my data

C++
struct usingx
{
	unsigned char rectype;
#define using 0
#define pop 0x20
#define push 0x40
#define drop 0x80
	unsigned char usingflag
#define oridinaryusing 0
#define labeledusing 0x10
#define depedentusing 0x20
#define labeldependentusing 0x30
		;	ESDID locesdid;
	BYTE statement[4];
	BYTE location[4];
	BYTE usingvalue[4];
	BYTE laststatement[4];
	ESDID usingesdid;
	unsigned char registerx;
	BYTE displacement[2];
	BYTE reservedz;
	BYTE usingrange[4];
	BYTE reservedu[2];
	BYTE labeloffset[4];
	BYTE labelength[4];
	char* labelx;


};


Here is the key that I am using the start and end variable are big endian so I have to convert it and overloaded the = operator;

C++
struct usingrange
{
	ESDID esdid;
	int start;
	int end;
	int operator=(BYTE z[4]) { return _byteswap_ulong((int)z[4]); };

  bool operator<(const usingrange x) const {
	  if (esdid < x.esdid)  return esdid < x.esdid;
	  if (start < x.start) return start < x.start; if (end < x.end) return end < x.end;
  };


here is the code using the map::insert

C++
usingrange using_range{ usingpoint->usingesdid };
using_range.start = *usingpoint->statement;
using_range.end = *usingpoint->laststatement;

procpointer->usingptr->insert({ using_range,*usingpoint });
break;


I made breakpoints on the operator= code and thought when I stepped into it with the vs debugger it would trace it but it didnt

both start and end ended up zeros

dont know why ?
AnswerRe: Still Struggling with map::insert and operator overload Pin
Mircea Neacsu20-Dec-22 17:34
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ForNow21-Dec-22 1:51
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QuestionMessage Closed Pin
18-Dec-22 5:01
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AnswerRe: Question about return value of STD MAP::INSERT Pin
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Questionhow to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template Pin
ForNow13-Dec-22 14:17
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