Re: ambiguous call to overloaded function

"Giovanni Dicanio" <>
Thu, 11 Oct 2007 00:18:08 +0200
<> ha scritto nel messaggio

#include "median.hpp"

template <typename T,
        template <typename ELEM, typename = std::allocator<ELEM> >
        class CONT

void select_sort(CONT<T>& Array, typename CONT<T>::iterator iter,
const int& size, const int& step)
printf("Awesomely cool");


template <typename T,
        template <typename ELEM, typename = std::allocator<ELEM> >
        class CONT

extern void select_sort(CONT<T>&, typename CONT<T>::iterator, const
int&, const int&);

I don't understand neither the CONT-thing, nor the use of "extern" in this

However, I've tried that, and it seems to compile fine with VC++7.1:


#include <iostream>
#include <vector>

template <typename ContainerT>
void select_sort( ContainerT & Array, typename ContainerT::iterator iter,
     const int& size, const int& step)
 std::cout << "Awesomely cool" << std::endl;

int main()
 std::vector<int> my_vec(4, 4);
 select_sort(my_vec, my_vec.begin(), 4, 2);

 return 0;


....but I don't know if the template declaration I wrote is exactly what you
had in your mind...(maybe I have missed something...).


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