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Re: egcs-1.0.2 STL problem?
- To: pinwu_xu at hotmail dot com (Pinwu Xu)
- Subject: Re: egcs-1.0.2 STL problem?
- From: Joe Buck <jbuck at synopsys dot com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Mar 98 11:07:21 PST
- Cc: egcs at cygnus dot com
> Hi there,
> I've been having problem with the following code section:
> #include<proper head>
> vector<int> a_i_vec(5, 0);
This is a known problem. What's happening is that the compiler tries to
instantiate the two-iterator constructor because both arguments have the
same type. That is, it thinks you asked for vector::vector(InputIter,
InputIter), not vector::vector(size_type n, const T& value). Ideally we
should have specializations to take care of this case.
> if I change the main() code to
> int dummy_int(0);
> vector<int> a_i_vec(5, dummy_int);
> it works. You can find the examples for the former code in
> several books for STL. It would be appreciated if somebody
> could shed a light.
a_i_vec(5U, 0) would also work.