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Synopsis


Defined in header <experimental/ranges/iterator>
template <class T>
concept bool /*dereferenceable*/ = requires(T& t) { {*t} -> auto&&; }; // exposition only
template< /*dereferenceable*/ T > (1) (ranges TS)
using reference_t = decltype(*declval<T&>());
template< /*dereferenceable*/ T >
requires requires(T& t) { { ranges::iter_move(t) } -> auto&&; } (2) (ranges TS)
using rvalue_reference_t = decltype(ranges::iter_move(declval<T&>()));
template< Readable T >
using iter_common_reference_t = ranges::common_reference_t<ranges::reference_t<T>, (3) (ranges TS)
ranges::value_type_t<T>&>;


1) Obtain the reference type of a dereferenceable type T.
2) Obtain the rvalue reference type of a dereferenceable type T, that is, the return type of ranges::iter_move.
3) Compute a Readable type's common reference type. This is the common reference type of its reference type and an lvalue reference to its value type.

Notes


The -> auto&& constraint checks that the type of the expression is not void.