From: Thorsten Ottosen (thorsten.ottosen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-02 16:17:22
> Out of curiosity, I'm still challenging to implement
> the range library proposal.
> I couldn't understand what 'adjacent_filtered' must do.
> Could you give some examples?
For example, to create a "unique" view of a range, you use
a binary predicate
biPred(x,y) equal to x != y.
I started out with wanting to immitate std::unique() lazily,
and then generalized it to adjacent_filered(). Bascially,
if you want to filter a range on an single objecte basis, then
why not on basis of adjacent objects?
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