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Dynamically assigned and stored action sequence with handlers of the returned value, using boost::bind

, 24 Feb 2011
Module to dynamically assign, store, and call with handlers different functional objects: functors, functions, member functions.
// DynamicActionSequenceWithRetVal.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

#include "stdafx.h"
#include "RetTypeSpecificator.hpp"
#include "DynamicActionSequenceHolder.hpp"
#include <boost/bind.hpp>
#include "DataClass.h"

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////    FUNCTORS
template<typename T>
class A
{
public:
	T operator ()(T a, T b)
	{
		cout<<"Inside class A T operator ()(T a, T b) ret = "<<a * b<<endl;
		return a * b;
	}

};

class B
{
public:
	void  operator ()()
	{
		cout<<"Inside class B void  operator ()()"<<endl;
	}

};

double Func(int a, const char * pStr)
{
	cout<<"Inside void Func(int a, char * pStr) "<<a<<" "<<pStr<<endl;
	return a / 100.0;
}

class C
{
public:
	void MemberFunction(int iCount,const char * pStr)
	{
		for(int i = 0; i < iCount; ++i)
			cout<<pStr;
		cout<<endl;
	}
};

class D
{
	public:
	DataClass * operator ()(int a, double d)
	{
		cout<<"Inside class D DataClass * operator ()(int a, double d) "<<endl;
		return new DataClass(a, d);
	}	

};
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////   HANDLERS

//:ref_1
class IntHandler
{
public:
	void operator()(int iVal)
	{
		cout<<"Handler operator()(int iVal) == "<<iVal<<endl;
	}
};

class DoubleHandler
{
public:
	void operator()(double dVal)
	{
		cout<<"DoubleHandler operator()(double dVal) == "<<dVal<<endl;
	}
};

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////


int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
	{
		DynamicActionSequenceHolder dash;

		IntHandler ih;
		dash.AddActionToSequence<int>(boost::bind<int>(A<int>(), 2,3), &ih);		
		dash.AddActionToSequence<void>(B());
		DoubleHandler dh;
		int iIndex = dash.AddActionToSequence<double>(boost::bind<double>(Func, 55, "String"), &dh);
		C c;
		dash.AddActionToSequence<void>(boost::bind<void>(&C::MemberFunction, boost::ref(c), 3, " ! "));
		int iDataClassInd = dash.AddActionToSequence<DataClass*>(boost::bind<DataClass*>(D(), 7, 2.654));

		dash.ActionSequence();

		// get double
		Base_Value_Storage * pBase = dash.GetRetValue_OnHolderIndex(iIndex);
		double d;
		if(ExtractValue(pBase, d))
			cout<<"Third operation has returned "<<d<<endl;

		// get DataClass 
		Base_Value_Storage * pBaseD = dash.GetRetValue_OnHolderIndex(iDataClassInd);
		DataClass * pData;
		if(ExtractValue(pBaseD, pData))
		{
			cout<<" =========   Fifth operation has returned ========= "<<endl;
			pData->Show();
		}

		// error modeling 
		int a;
		if(ExtractValue(pBase, a))
			cout<<"Third operation has returned "<<a<<endl;
		else
			cout<<"The type of [out] param does not correspond to stored type!!! "<<endl;
		
		delete pBase;
		delete pBaseD;
		delete pData;

	}

	if(_CrtDumpMemoryLeaks())
		cout<<"MemoryLeaks!!!"<<endl;

	return 0;
}

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