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parameters may have any of the types allowed for function parameters presented in Sections 72 and 73 The return value of the overloaded operator() may have any of the types allowed for function return values in Sections 72 and 74 An overloaded operator() is invoked by applying an argument list to an object of its class type We will examine how the overloaded operator() for our class absInt is used by one of the generic algorithms defined in 12 The following example calls the generic algorithm transform() to apply the operation defined by absInt to every element contained within the vector ivec; that is, to set each vector element to its absolute value
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#include <vector> #include <algorithm> int main() { int ia[] = { 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 5, 8 }; vector< int > ivec( ia, ia+8 ); // set each element of ivec to its absolute value transform( ivecbegin(), ivecend(), ivecbegin(), absInt() ); // }
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The first and second arguments of transform() indicate the range of elements to which the absInt operation is applied The third argument refers to the beginning of the vector, where the result of the absInt operation is stored The fourth argument of transform() is a temporary object of class absInt created by invoking the default constructor of absInt The instantiation of the generic algorithm transform() invoked by main() might look like this:
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typedef vector<int>::iterator iter_type; // instantiation of transform() // applies the operation absInt // to the element of a vector of ints iter_type transform( iter_type iter, iter_type last, iter_type result, absInt func ) { while ( iter != last ) *result++ = func( *iter++ ); // invokes absInt::operator() return iter; }
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func is an object of class type with a type that represents the operation absInt, setting a value of type int to its absolute value The object func is used to invoke the overloaded operator() of class absInt The argument passed to this overloaded operator is *iter, which refers to the vector element for which we want to obtain the absolute value
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The member access operator arrow can be overloaded for objects of class type It must be defined as a class member function It is defined to give a class type a "pointer-like" behavior It is most often used with a class type that represents a "smart pointer"; that is, a class that behaves very much like a built-in pointer type, but that supports some additional functionality For example, let's assume that we want to define a class type to represent a pointer to a Screen class object, where the Screen class is the one introduced in 13:
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class ScreenPtr { // private: Screen *ptr; };
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We want to define the class ScreenPtr such that an object of this type is always guaranteed to refer to a Screen object It cannot refer to no object, as does a built-in pointer Our applications can then use objects of type ScreenPtr without first testing whether they refer to a Screen object or not To obtain this behavior, we define the class ScreenPtr with a constructor, but with no default constructor (constructors are discussed in detail in Section 142):
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A definition for an object of type ScreenPtr must provide an initializer, an object of type Screen, to which the ScreenPtr object is made to refer, otherwise the ScreenPtr object definition is in error:
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ScreenPtr p1; // error: ScreenPtr has no default constructor Screen myScreen( 4, 4 ); ScreenPtr ps( myScreen ); // ok
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For the class ScreenPtr to behave like a built-in pointer, some overloaded operators must be defined The two operators we define are the dereference operator (*) and the member access operator arrow:
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// overloaded operators to support pointer behavior class ScreenPtr { public: Screen& operator*() { return *ptr; } Screen* operator->() { return ptr; } // };
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The member access operator arrow is overloaded as a unary operator; that is, it takes no parameter When it is used in an expression, it is selected solely on the type of the left operand For example, given the statement
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point is examined to determine its type If point is a pointer of some class type, the statement uses the semantics of the built-in
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