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Re: emacs function for writing C++ iterator loop

From: Pascal Bourguignon
Subject: Re: emacs function for writing C++ iterator loop
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 09:09:44 +0200
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Mohitz <address@hidden> writes:

> I program in C++ using emacs. And i tend to use the C++ iterator a
> lot. Now, whenever I want to iterate I always write almost the same
> kinda code. So, i want to write a emacs function so that emacs does
> that for me.
> For example
> If i tell emacs that i am iterating on a "deque<ClassName> " variable
> with variable name "var" pointing to
> "someThing", Emacs should potentially be able to generate the
> following
> deque<CLassName> var = someThing;
> deque<ClassName>::iterator varIterate;
> varIterate = var.begin();
> while (varIterate != var.end())
> {
>       ClassName tempClassName;
>       tempClassName = *varIterate;
>       //Do something with tempClassName
>       varIterate++;
> }
> Any kind of help or pointers to help material would be greatly
> appreciated

Perhaps better than skeleton mode, use emacs as a C/C++ preprocessor:

Basically it allows you to insert elisp in your c code and to
autogenerate c code from elisp s-expressions.

__Pascal Bourguignon__           

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