templates and inheritance

This is a discussion on templates and inheritance within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I developed a template stack class a while ago, and I want to use it in a game to control ...

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    templates and inheritance

    I developed a template stack class a while ago, and I want to use it in a game to control various objects. The game objects will be inherited from the stack class, but I'm not sure how to do this. Is it just
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    class board_t : public stack_t<block_t> {
    };
    ?
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    That looks duoc to me.

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    Technically that should be valid (depending on how stack_t and block_t are defined), but design-wise it would probably be better to just have a member variable for your stack.

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