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    Re: Functor

    Several of the std::algorithm functions work in the same way. eg sort()
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    Re: Functor

    Thanks 2kaud - great breakdown and explanations for how everything works. Appreciate the effort you put into answering this one!

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    Re: Functor

    Just trying to help... Some aspects of C++ can be confusing/bewildering (add your own adjective!).
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