Re: template function issue
Thanks for your clarification, Tim!
But, to pass an array is ok in C++. Can you try the following code please?
using namespace std;
void Foo1 (char input)
std::cout << typeid(input).name() << endl; // output char*
input  = '1';
void Foo2 (char (&input) )
std::cout << typeid(input).name() << endl; // output char 
input  = '2';
void Foo3 (char* input)
input  = '3';
char buf = "Hello World";
cout << buf << endl; //output "1ello World"
cout << buf << endl; //output "2ello World"
cout << buf << endl; //output "3ello World"
"Tim Roberts" wrote:
George <George@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
Why GetArrayLength(const T(&arr)[size]) works, but
GetArrayLength(const T(arr)[size]) -- I removed & does not work?
Ulrich already answered that question. You can't pass an array to a
function. You can pass is the address of an array, either by reference or
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