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Vandevoorde03] points out that the C++ standardization committee is considering relaxing some of the typename rules. row_begin(); where apRGB is the specialization. row_begin(); There is a growing movement to use typename instead of class because of the confusion some new programmers encounter when using templates. If you do not have a clear preference, we recommend that you use typename. The most important thing is that you are consistent in your choice. Default Template Arguments You can supply default template arguments much like you can with any function argument.

IsNull()) // OK to use operator-> Null images are commonplace in applications. For example, an image operation that cannot produce a resulting image returns a null image. To eliminate the need to create many null rep images, we only need to allocate a single gNull(). By calling addRef() when the null image is created, we ensure that this object never gets deleted. The complete source for apImage can be found on the CD-ROM. Let's look at one of the constructors to reinforce that this object is little more than a wrapper: template apImage::apImage (unsigned int width, unsigned int height) : image_ (0) 57 58 { image_ = new apImageRep (width, height); image_->addRef (); } THUMBNAIL() METHOD The thumbnail() method of apImageRep now looks like this: template apImage apImageRep::thumbnail (unsigned int reduction) const { apImageRep* output = new apImageRep (width()/reduction, height()/reduction); for (unsigned int ty=0; tyheight(); ty++) { for (unsigned int tx=0; txwidth(); tx++) { E sum = 0; for (unsigned int y=0; ysetPixel (tx, ty, sum / (reduction*reduction)); } } // Convert to apImage via the protected constructor return output; } This approach differs from our first attempt at converting thumbnail() to a template function (as shown on page 53).

A) : (b)) #endif 32 33 with a function template min(): template const T& min (const T& a, const T& b) { return (a const char& min (const char& a, const char& b) { return (a

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