Re: Why function template can't use another function template as its argument?

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Sun, 28 Dec 2008 11:42:50 -0500
"Li Hang" <> wrote in message

But the ' find_if( first2, last2,
bind2nd( in<vector<T> >, v ) ) ' doesn't work, the reason as I said:
bind2nd can only accept function object as its first argument.

Yes, that's correct. bind2nd requires an adaptable function object, one
that provides certain typedefs (usually by deriving from

If you have VC2008 SP1
installed, then you can use std::tr1::bind
( like this
(untested, as I don't have VC8 handy at the moment):

find_if(first2, last2, tr1::bind(in<vector<T> >, _1, v))

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