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[C++]boost.variant and its optymalization

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How do we think about optymalization boost.variant on account of a memory
and a speed of action in its boost library in C++ language.
Advice in thanks.
Sep 28 '07 #1
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Victor Bazarov wrote:
mi*****************@gmail.com wrote:
>How do we think about optymalization boost.variant on account of a
memory and a speed of action in its boost library in C++ language.
Advice in thanks.

*I* don't. Not that I couldn't. I just don't. Why do you ask?
Have you found it to be non-optymalized in some way?

V
I sorry for my english language,I think. it is instead of we it should be
your.
I must always write bad samething.
I sorry.
Sep 28 '07 #2

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Miroslaw Makowiecki wrote:
Victor Bazarov wrote:
>mi*****************@gmail.com wrote:
>>How do we think about optymalization boost.variant on account of a
memory and a speed of action in its boost library in C++ language.
Advice in thanks.

*I* don't. Not that I couldn't. I just don't. Why do you ask?
Have you found it to be non-optymalized in some way?

V
I sorry for my english language,I think. it is instead of we it
should be your.
I must always write bad samething.
I sorry.
Don't worry about your English. And please, do answer my questions.
They are, again: Why do you ask? Do you see 'boost::variant' as
somehow suboptimal? Please elaborate.

V
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Sep 28 '07 #3

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Victor Bazarov wrote:
Don't worry about your English. And please, do answer my questions.
They are, again: Why do you ask? Do you see 'boost::variant' as
somehow suboptimal? Please elaborate.
One human badly say about this boost.thread library therefore I ask about
this library!
Sep 29 '07 #4

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Miroslaw Makowiecki wrote:
Victor Bazarov wrote:
>Don't worry about your English. And please, do answer my questions.
They are, again: Why do you ask? Do you see 'boost::variant' as
somehow suboptimal? Please elaborate.

One human badly say about this boost.thread library therefore I ask
about this library!
OK, now you lost me. What does 'boost.thread' have to do with
'boost.variant'? Or do you think all of Boost is bad because one
person made some negative comments about 'boost.thread'?

V
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Please remove capital 'A's when replying by e-mail
I do not respond to top-posted replies, please don't ask
Sep 29 '07 #5

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Victor Bazarov wrote:
Miroslaw Makowiecki wrote:
>Victor Bazarov wrote:
>>Don't worry about your English. And please, do answer my questions.
They are, again: Why do you ask? Do you see 'boost::variant' as
somehow suboptimal? Please elaborate.

One human badly say about this boost.thread library therefore I ask
about this library!

OK, now you lost me. What does 'boost.thread' have to do with
'boost.variant'? Or do you think all of Boost is bad because one
person made some negative comments about 'boost.thread'?

V
Today it is not my day therefore I often is mistaken.
I sorry.
Sep 29 '07 #6

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