Im trying to use the equal_list() method and passing a vector to it.
such as in the example from the manual...
The vector form (not shown above) allows you to pass a boolean vector
which is a time saver if you use the some pattern more than once as it
avoids having to create the vector from the arguments each time. If a is
a boolean vector then a will hold wether to include the first
variable a the second etc... For example:
a = false; a = false; a = true; a = true; a =
query << "SELECT * FROM stock WHERE " << q.equal_list(" AND ",
(Note: Im passing "&a" because it wants to receive a pointer to a
vector. Think this is a typo in the example.)
However im getting and unresolved external symbol. (...Note, "SSB" is my
"public: class SSB_cus_equal_list<enum mysqlpp::quote_type0> __thiscall
SSB::equal_list<enum mysqlpp::quote_type0>(char const *, char const *,
enum mysqlpp::quote_type0, class std::vector<bool,class
std::allocator<bool> > *) const"
Does the definition of this method exist? I have tried to figure it out
but im not sure. Im a little weak in STL to say the least and my head
is spinning trying to follow this.
Any help would be appreciated. Anyone using equal_list() this way with