Category: iterators | Component type: concept |
A type that is a model of Forward Iterator may be either mutable or immutable, as defined in the Trivial Iterators requirements.
X | A type that is a model of Forward Iterator |
T | The value type of X |
i, j | Object of type X |
t | Object of type T |
Name | Expression | Type requirements | Return type |
---|---|---|---|
Preincrement | ++i | X& | |
Postincrement | i++ | X |
Name | Expression | Precondition | Semantics | Postcondition |
---|---|---|---|---|
Preincrement | ++i | i is dereferenceable | i points to the next value | i is dereferenceable or past-the-end. &i == &++i. If i == j, then ++i == ++j. [1] |
Postincrement | i++ | i is dereferenceable | Equivalent to {X tmp = i; ++i; return tmp;} | i is dereferenceable or past-the-end. [1] |
[1] The restrictions described in Input Iterator have been removed. Incrementing a forward iterator does not invalidate copies of the old value and it is guaranteed that, if i and j are dereferenceable and i == j, then ++i == ++j. As a consequence of these two facts, it is possible to pass through the same Forward Iterator twice.
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