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generic c++11 function wrapper

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fncw is a generic function wrapper for C++11.
It support all types of member, lambda and C like functions.
unlike std::function, fncw::function is not a template. This mean that you could wrap any function with any signature inside only one type/object: fncw::function.
despite this genericity, fncw::function allow the user to reorder the parameter order (a bit like std::bind), check the function signature (there is also a partial check that aim to check only a few parameters).
fncw::function offer the ability to change the parameters value and get the return value of the call.

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  • generic function wrapper
  • partial and complete signature checks at runtime
  • change the function signature at runtime


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