I wonder what is a template issued compiler object, is it one of the two following alternatives- and if yes- could you elaborate on anything of the one of the definitions alternatives it misses?
A template type of a variable in c++ compiling protocol is :
1 alternative : a variable of any type without any compiler ability to check validity of instructions with it?
2 alternative : a type of objects that share certain properties and the writer of code wishes to implement unified commands over them without need to derive them from common ancesting object in a strongly types language?
or both of them are totaly wrong?