std::equal_to,not_equal_to,less,greater,less_equal, (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::equal_to,not_equal_to,less,greater,less_equal,: std::equal_to,not_equal_to,less,greater,less_equal,

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std::equal_to,not_equal_to,less,greater,less_equal, - std::equal_to,not_equal_to,less,greater,less_equal,

Synopsis


Defined in header <experimental/propagate_const>
template<class T> struct                                             (library
equal_to<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                     fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)
template<class T> struct                                             (library
not_equal_to<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                 fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)
template<class T> struct                                             (library
less<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                         fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)
template<class T> struct                                             (library
greater<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                      fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)
template<class T> struct                                             (library
less_equal<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                   fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)
template<class T> struct                                             (library
greater_equal<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>;                fundamentals TS
                                                               v2)


The standard comparison function objects are partially specialized for
std::experimental::propagate_const<T>.


Let p.t_ denote the pointer-like object wrapped by a
std::experimental::propagate_const<T> p, then given objects p and q of type
std::experimental::propagate_const<T>, the following shall hold:


  std::equal_to<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) ==
 std::equal_to<T>()(p.t_, q.t_)
  std::not_equal_to<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) ==
 std::not_equal_to<T>()(p.t_, q.t_)
  std::less<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) == std::less<T>()(p.t_,
 q.t_)
  std::greater<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) ==
 std::greater<T>()(p.t_, q.t_)
  std::less_equal<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) ==
 std::less_equal<T>()(p.t_, q.t_)
  std::greater_equal<std::experimental::propagate_const<T>>()(p, q) ==
 std::greater_equal<T>()(p.t_, q.t_)

Notes


These specializations ensure that when T is a pointer type, specializations of these
class templates for std::experimental::propagate_const<T> yield a total order, even
if the corresponding built-in operators do not.

Example


 This section is incomplete
 Reason: no example

See also


equal_to      function object implementing x == y
        (class template)
not_equal_to  function object implementing x != y
        (class template)
less          function object implementing x y
        (class template)
greater       function object implementing x y
        (class template)
less_equal    function object implementing x <= y
        (class template)
greater_equal function object implementing x >= y
        (class template)