Autowiring  1.0.3
A C++ Inversion of Control Framework
Hippo1 Struct Reference

Detailed Description

We will now define several structures having AutoFilter methods. Note that classes and structs are essentially equivalent in C++ (besides the default access specifiers), so using struct here doesn't indicate anything special, it just allows us to avoid having to explicitly write the public: access specifier.

For each type in the list above, we define a struct having an AutoFilter having that parameter type. The method will print a reflective message indicating the struct and the type, and then store the input value. The input values that we will send will indicate the type used to decorate the packet used in the execution. This way, we can verify that the expected inputs were received by the expected context members.

The documentation for this struct was generated from the following file: