Sorry to everyone if i've been absent for so long.
|if I remember correctly from previous posts it's a about a workaround for not being able to use std::any.|
@Thomas1965, You're right! that is always me ahah
|What's the actual problem you're trying to solve, OP? Are you trying to store multiple types of data into the same variable?|
@helios, It's really compicated to explain, because how correctly reminded by thomas1965 i'm working on a bigger project that allow me only to use c++11. In short, I need to store different types of objects that necessary comes from a template class, mainly identified by char, float and int.
In the class summed up in this topic, i need to assign to specific types variables the template content that comes from the object of the template class.
This short explanation include the answer to
|Why do you need the template variable? You already know the type.|
Maybe your class doesn't need to be a template at all.
made from @dutch.
Defenetly, @dutch, you're right this class write in this topic doesn't need to be a template class, but in trying to resume it i thought it was more clear using this example. Maybe it wasn't so i'm sorry for not being much clear, but i cannot copy there all my code for lot of reason that you could imagine.
I know i'm not allowing you to help me so much in this way, but i have not better choices.
Updating this topic i need to say too that i don't have find a solution yet.