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Efficient hardware arithmetic in Common Lisp by Dejneka A.

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We do this by writing a generic function. Like a generic class definition, a generic function is preceded by the keyword generic and a list of type parameters enclosed in angle brackets. As in a template function, the type parameters of a generic function can be used within the parameter list, return type, and body of the function. A generic PushMultiple function might look like this: generic where ItemType : StackType void PushMultiple(Stack^ s, ...

5 Expressions C++/CLI augments the C++ Standard with respect to operators. For example: • The addition of delegates requires the use of the function-call operator to invoke the functions encapsulated by a delegate. • A new use of typeid has been added. For example, Int32::typeid results in a handle to a CLI object of type System::Type that describes the CLI type Int32. • The cast operators are augmented to accommodate handle types. • The safe_cast operator has been added. • The operator gcnew has been added.

When calling a generic function, we place type arguments to the function in angle brackets; for example: Stack^ s = gcnew Stack(5); PushMultiple(s, 1, 2, 3, 4); The call to this function supplies the desired StackType and ItemType as type arguments to the function. In many cases, however, the compiler can deduce the correct type argument from the other arguments passed to the function, using a process called type deduction. In the example above, since the first regular argument is of type Stack, and the subsequent arguments are of type int, the compiler can reason that the type parameter must also be int.

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