what does T" means

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  1. ravi_garg

    ravi_garg New Member

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    what does T" means in the following signature..
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    template <typename T>
    const T" operator [] ( int idx) const;
    Here T is template name but what does " means... :confused:
     
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    Try compiling and see if it compiles correctly without any errors / warnings.
     
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    ravi_garg New Member

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    Ya compiler does give an error.
    The piece of code is taken form an e-book.
    probably some typo.
     
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    Looks like
     
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    Here T is a data type for the class type variable:cryin::mad:

    =ravi_garg;19559]what does T" means in the following signature..
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    template <typename T>
    const T" operator [] ( int idx) const;
    Here T is template name but what does " means... :confused:[/quote]
     
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    T is a parameter over here.
     

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