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// Lecture 14 exercise 2

#ifndef _LEC14_EX2_TRIPLE_H_
#define _LEC14_EX2_TRIPLE_H_

namespace lec14 {

// A "Triple" is a templated class that contains three things.
template <class T1, class T2, class T3> class Triple {
  // Constructs a triple given three things as arguments.
  Triple(const T1 &first, const T2 &second, const T3 &third)
    : first_(first), second_(second), third_(third) { }

  // Constructs a triple given a triple as an argument.
  template <class U1, class U2, class U3>
    Triple(const Triple<U1, U2, U3> &t)
    : first_(t.first_), second_(t.second_), third_(t.third_) { }

  // Constructs a triple given no arguments.
  Triple() : first_(T1()), second_(T2()), third_(T3()) { }
  // The data members.
  T1 first_;
  T2 second_;
  T3 third_;

  // Some useful typedefs.
  typedef T1 first_type;
  typedef T2 second_type;
  typedef T3 third_type;
};  // class Query

}  // namespace lec14

#endif  // _LEC14_EX2_TRIPLE_H_