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template extending

template <typename T>
class SimpleTemplate
  SimpleTemplate(T &inObject);

  const T& get();
  void set(T& inObject);

  T& mObject;

template <typename T>
SimpleTemplate<T>::SimpleTemplate(T &inObject) : mObject(inObject)

template <typename T>
const T& SimpleTemplate<T>::get()
  return mObject;

template <typename T>
void SimpleTemplate<T>::set(T& inObject)
  mObject = inObject;

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char** argv)
  int i = 7;
  SimpleTemplate<int> intWrapper(i);
  i = 2;
  cout << "wrapper value is " << intWrapper.get() << endl;

  string str = "test";
  SimpleTemplate<string> stringWrapper(str);
  str += "!";
  cout << "wrapper value is " << stringWrapper.get() << endl;

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