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loop -> for_each

 
 
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      01-20-2006
Hi,
i can't get the clue:
I have had a loop in my code like this:

---snip---

class Foo {
accept(Visitor& v) {
v.visit(*this);
}
};

class Visitor {
visit (Foo& f) {
...
}
}

....in main...

Visitor v(arugments, ...);
for (std::deque<Foo*>::iterator iter = list_.begin();
iter != m_list.end();
++iter) {
(*iter)->accept(v);
}

---snip---

by means of the boost::bind i could express the loop with

std::for_each(list_.begin(), list_.end(),
bind(mem_fun(&Foo::accept), _1, v));

fine!
But now things changed to something like

std::deque<boost::sha
 
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