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std::filesystem::path::generic_string,std::filesystem::path::generic_wstring,: std::filesystem::path::generic_string,std::filesystem::path::generic_wstring,

NAME

std::filesystem::path::generic_string,std::filesystem::path::generic_wstring, - std::filesystem::path::generic_string,std::filesystem::path::generic_wstring,

Synopsis


                std::filesystem::path::generic_u32string


template< class CharT, class Traits =
std::char_traits<CharT>,
                                                          (since
class Alloc std::allocator<CharT>                       (1) C++17)
std::basic_string<CharT,Traits,Alloc>


generic_string( const Alloc& Alloc() const;
std::string generic_string() const;
std::wstring generic_wstring() const;
std::u16string generic_u16string() const;
std::u32string generic_u32string() const;
                                                      (2) (since       (since
std::string generic_u8string() const;                           C++17)       C++17)
                                                                  (3)  (until
                                                                       C++20)
std::u8string generic_u8string() const;                                      (since
                                                                       C++20)


Returns the internal pathname in generic pathname format, converted to specific
string type. Conversion, if any, is specified as follows:


  If path::value_type is char, conversion, if any, is system-dependent. This is
 the case on typical POSIX systems (such as Linux), where native encoding is
 UTF-8 and string() performs no conversion.
  Otherwise, if path::value_type is wchar_t, conversion, if any, is unspecified.
 This is the case on Windows, where wchar_t is 16 bit and the native encoding is
 UTF-16.
  Otherwise, if path::value_type is char16_t, native encoding is UTF-16 and the
 conversion method is unspecified.
  Otherwise, if path::value_type is char32_t, native encoding is UTF-32 and the
 conversion method is unspecified.
  Otherwise, if path::value_type is char8_t, native encoding is UTF-8 and the
 conversion method is unspecified.


The character is used as the directory separator.


1) All memory allocations are performed by a.
3) The result encoding in the case of u8string() is always UTF-8.

Parameters


                              allocator to construct the string with

Type requirements


-
CharT must be one of the encoded character types (char, wchar_t, char16_t and
char32_t)

Return value


The internal pathname in generic pathname format, converted to specified string
type.

Exceptions


(none)

See also


string
wstring   returns the path in native pathname format converted to a string
u8string  (public member function)
u16string
u32string