eoBinaryFunctorCounter< BinaryFunctor > Class Template Reference

Generic counter class that counts the number of times a binary function is used. More...

#include <eoCounter.h>

Inheritance diagram for eoBinaryFunctorCounter< BinaryFunctor >:
eoValueParam< unsigned long > eoParam

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

 eoBinaryFunctorCounter (BinaryFunctor &_func, std::string _name="proc_counter")
BinaryFunctor::result_type operator() (typename BinaryFunctor::first_argument_type _arg1, typename BinaryFunctor::second_argument_type _arg2)
 Calls the embedded function and increments the counter.

Private Attributes

BinaryFunctor & func

Detailed Description

template<class BinaryFunctor>
class eoBinaryFunctorCounter< BinaryFunctor >

Generic counter class that counts the number of times a binary function is used.

Add a binary function through its ctor and use this class instead of it.

It is derived from eoValueParam so you can add it to a monitor.

Definition at line 144 of file eoCounter.h.

Member Function Documentation

template<class BinaryFunctor>
BinaryFunctor::result_type eoBinaryFunctorCounter< BinaryFunctor >::operator() ( typename BinaryFunctor::first_argument_type  _arg1,
typename BinaryFunctor::second_argument_type  _arg2 
) [inline]

Calls the embedded function and increments the counter.

Note for MSVC users, if this code does not compile, you are quite likely trying to count a function that has a non-void return type. Don't look at us, look at the MSVC builders. Code like "return void;" is perfectly legal according to the ANSI standard, but the guys at Microsoft didn't get to implementing it yet.

We had two choices: assuming (and compiling ) code that returns void or code that returns non-void. Given that in EO most functors return void, it was chosen to support void.

But also please let me know if you have a compiler that defines _MSC_VER (lot's of windows compilers do), but is quite capable of compiling return void; type of code. We'll try to change the signature then.

You happy GNU (and other compiler) users will not have a problem with this.

Definition at line 168 of file eoCounter.h.

References eoValueParam< unsigned long >::value().

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