#2 Bug In sorting of options

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nobody
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5
2012-09-23
2012-09-23
No

With this snipit it took me a while to realize what was happening:

ez::ezOptionParser opt;
opt.add("", 0, 0, 0, "Display Usage Instructions.", "-h", "--help", "--usage", "/?");
std::string Usage;
opt.getUsage(Usage);
std::cout << Usage.c_str();

The /? has no alpha-numeric characters so the sorting alg used by getUsageDescriptions does not handle it and asserts when reading out of range.

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