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None of the seven overloads could convert all of (ten, eleven, twelve or so) parameters

 
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I am using some unknown C++ library. They use all kind of proprietary types. I am trying to call a function and then I get the above message. (MicroSoft CPP compiler.)

Is there any way of finding out which parameters the function cannot convert? I am having doubts about say 4 of them, that I could use in 3 different ways.. A statisticus can calculate the trail and error attempts I have to make to finally get the statement correct....
 
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By the way, after I think 25 of the 81 (right?) possibilities it says build succeeded... Pfffff. .

Nevertheless, the question still stands. What to do in such a situation.? (Apart from just trying 81 different statement calls.)
 
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