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Do you feel as though a subset of functions within a class are preforming the same tasks, and only differ by datatype? The power of C++ templates is that they allow alogorithms to be abstracted from their data types. Read more ...

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By: Kais Dukes
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May 19, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · An Introduction to C++ Templates
  2. · C Templates
  3. · Conclusion

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An Introduction to C++ Templates - Conclusion
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Templates are a powerful feature of C++ that allow an algorithm to be abstracted from its data types. This article introduced the basics of template definitions and instantiation. It also covered the differences between function, class, and member templates. The next article in the series discusses default arguments and shows how to create templates with non-type parameters.
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