std::back_insert_iterator<Container>::operator++ (3) - Linux Manuals

std::back_insert_iterator<Container>::operator++: std::back_insert_iterator<Container>::operator++


std::back_insert_iterator<Container>::operator++ - std::back_insert_iterator<Container>::operator++


back_insert_iterator& operator++(); (until C++20)
constexpr back_insert_iterator& operator++(); (since C++20)
back_insert_iterator& operator++( int ); (until C++20)
constexpr back_insert_iterator& operator++( int ); (since C++20)

Does nothing. These operator overloads are provided to satisfy the requirements of LegacyOutputIterator. They make it possible for the expressions *iter++=value and *++iter=value to be used to output (insert) a value into the underlying container.



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