Say I've got a template class called "Cache" that can hold any object. Just simply delare like this :
Now I want to create different Caches for different objects at run time.
Could anyone help?
You can only instantiate the template at compile time but you can wait until runtime to create objects. The user must have a fixed list of the types of cache available to him/her, then create an object
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