Saturday, January 18, 2014

summary using templates c++

Templates Parameter : templates tutorial
  • Templates challenge the classic compiler-plus-linker model. Therefore there are different approaches to organize template code: the inclusion model, explicit instantiation, and the separation model.
  • Usually, you should use the inclusion model (that is, put all template code in header files).
  • By separating template code into different header files for declarations and definitions, you can more easily switch between the inclusion model and explicit instantiation.
  • The C++ standard defines a separate compilation model for templates (using the keyword export). It is not yet widely available, however.
  • Debugging code with templates can be challenging.
  • Template instances may have very long names.
  • To take advantage of precompiled headers, be sure to keep the same order for #include directives.

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