From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-15 06:45:23
>>It maps ok with bidirectional/random access. If an iterator has a
>>given iterator category, the range will preserve it. I have used it in
>>code, and it's quite powerful.
> Don't you need a current position, start and an end for bidirectional
> iteration? Forward "ranges" just get a current position and an end.
In my view, bidirectional means that the begin() iterator from the range
can move both ways, and that it still has an end() of the range.
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