I love using bool in C++. It makes it fun to learn new things and not get lost in the code.
But, when you use bool in C++ and you want to make sure the compiler is picking up the right values, you’re in trouble.
The problem is that bool in C is often used to represent the status of things. For example, a bool can be used to indicate that a variable is “not null”. And that means that the value of a variable declared as bool isn’t guaranteed to be a valid value. Now, in your code you could use a bool to indicate that an object is an array, but that can change the context in which the code is executed.
The best way to fix this is to use the right type. If you want to declare a bool as an array, do so, and use the typeid() function to find out the type of the value. In C++, this is done using the bool class. In C++, you can use the bool class to do the same thing.
I think the idea is pretty simple, and I think it’s a good one. The problem is that I have a hard time finding any decent documentation on the class. I’m not sure what its purpose is, but it seems to be a bit of a black box. Even if it was useful, it would be a bit of a pain to use so I’d say don’t use it.
In C, you can use a BOOLEAN struct to declare and return a bool. All you then have to do is assign a value to the bool variable, and it returns the value.
bool is a type, and so is struct, so it is a bit of a black box.
There’s no doubt that in C++ you can do this in a way that returns a bool, but it’s not as straight forward as it seems. For example, in the code below, I’m declaring a bool variable, and then doing something to it, and then assigning the value of true. That’s not a Boolean type. bool is also a data type, and so it is a bit of a black box.
A std::vector is a thing that is used as a variable to hold values and to be used as a parameter in an object construction. It can be anything you want.
Im not sure what you are trying to accomplish with bool, but if I were you, I would just not use it. I think you could achieve the same result with a number or a string and bool would be a bit of a black box. I would also consider using a bool to be a boolean.