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Questionhow to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template Pin
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GeneralRe: how to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template my solution CPallini hope you read this thank you Pin
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GeneralRe: how to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template my solution CPallini hope you read this thank you Pin
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GeneralRe: how to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template my solution CPallini hope you read this thank you Pin
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GeneralRe: how to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template my solution CPallini hope you read this thank you Pin
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Richard MacCutchan15-Dec-22 21:27
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Alternatively you could use a union?
C++
const struct ESDID
{
    union
    {
        char c[4];
        uint32_t i;
    } x;
	bool operator< (const ESDID e) const { return x.i < e.x.i; }
};

GeneralRe: how to typedef array of 4 char to be used in map template my solution CPallini hope you read this thank you Pin
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