Re: Reference Counting
In message <email@example.com>,
Protoman <Protoman2050@gmail.com> writes
Thomas J. Gritzan wrote:
[ SmrtPtr<> template class ]
OK, I fixed the above, but, now I'm wondering: is SmrtPtr<T> safe to
use in a container, such as a linked list? Is it thread safe?
Depends on the container, if it can be used with it.
For the standard container classes, the values have to have
value-semantics. If your smart pointer works as it should, then its safe
to use in on of them.
For thread safety: Don't ask here, since C++ doesn't know about threads
(you should know this already)
OK, but how do I access this:
Data():plus(new long double),mult(new long double),pow(new long
SmrtPtr<long double> plus;
Why? It appears to be a simple value class, so why do you have yet
another level of indirection just to access public data members?
SmrtPtr<long double> mult;
SmrtPtr<long double> pow;
SmrtPtr<Data> tuple(new Data);
//how do I access the members of tuple?
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