From: Robert Jones (robertgbjones_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-21 12:01:59
I encountered this difficulty in the context of passing lambda functors, but
on reflection I don't the lambda aspect particularly matters.
Consider this templated function
template <typename InputIterator, typename Predicate>
inline bool all_if( InputIterator first, InputIterator last, Predicate
return std :: find_if( first, last, std :: not1( predicate ) ) == last;
Obviously the intent is to enquire if all members of a range satisfy the
Now, as is, this doesn't compile, because it needs ptr_fun() on the
predicate, but then a couple of things come up.
- ptr_fun( ) requires that it's argument is a pointer-to-function
- I'd like my all_if( ) to permit functions or functors, including lambda
How can this be done? Is it impossible to dress-up a standard
algorithm in this way?
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