29 Sep 2000 Pseudonym   » (Journeyer)

If you haven't seen the Netizen wake photos yet, please do. I'm the one up the back with the baby on his head.

A question to C++-heads out there: Has anyone found a use for the STL built-in predicates, arithmetic function objects, binders, adapters and/or negaters? Note that I'm not asking "are they potentially useful?" I'm asking "has anyone actually found a non-contrived use for them on a "real" project?" I've been playing around with sequence algorithms for slinc and I keep finding that the built-in function and combinator objects are pretty much useless for any "real" task that I typically want to do. Is it just me?

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