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passing data of an object to a function that takes a different object

Discussion in 'C' started by aortizb, Sep 19, 2009.

  1. aortizb

    aortizb New Member

    Sep 12, 2008
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    Let's assume I have a "Vec" class which is a wrapper of std::vector. The only private variable of "Vec" is just a std::vector object.

    Let's assume that I have a function: void Vec:: foo(const Vec<double>& myVec).

    Now, let's assume that I have an object vector<double> vec(100,3.5). Suppose that the entries of "vec" are exactly the entries I need in "myVec". Is there any way I can pass the entries of "vec" to "foo" without copying all its entries to an object of "Vec class"?


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