QuantLib_ObservableValue (3) - Linux Man Pages
QuantLib_ObservableValue: observable and assignable proxy to concrete value
QuantLib::ObservableValue - observable and assignable proxy to concrete value
Public Member Functions
ObservableValue (const T &)
ObservableValue (const ObservableValue< T > &)
operator T () const
operator boost::shared_ptr< Observable > () const
const T & value () const
ObservableValue< T > & operator= (const T &)
ObservableValue< T > & operator= (const ObservableValue< T > &)
template<class T> class QuantLib::ObservableValue< T >observable and assignable proxy to concrete value
Observers can be registered with instances of this class so that they are notified when a different value is assigned to such instances. Client code can copy the contained value or pass it to functions via implicit conversion.
- it is not possible to call non-const method on the returned value. This is by design, as this possibility would necessarily bypass the notification code; client code should modify the value via re-assignment instead.
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