From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-29 09:56:18
on Fri Aug 29 2008, "Neil Groves" <neil-AT-grovescomputing.com> wrote:
>> Aren't standard containers supposed to satisfy the Range concepts? When
>> the container is destroyed, its iterators are invalidated, right?
> Yes, containers satisfy Range concepts, but this question is more related to
> the opposite relationship. There is no need for a range destruction to
> invalidate the iterators, and this leads to simpler code for example when
> creating a temporary range to pass to a range algorithm.
So? No algorithm could possibly _rely_ on the fact that the iterators
will be invalidated, so what does it matter? You can do whatever's most
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