i have read in gcc documentation - that gcc on windows plafroms
implements "borland" technique of template creation/linking. From the
experience of people who actually write template classes (eg custom
linked lists) - do you put definitions and declarations in header file thus
not even having .cpp file?
And if so - when you debug and say perform the following breakpoint:
and then when the program hits this breakpoint - you perform "n"
command - does the debugger actually step onto the next line? In some
cases when i was preforming the above scenario - the debugger would
behave as if i issued "c" command when i only issued "n" command...
(ie it would not step onto the next line of code but rather continue the
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