Subject: Re: [boost] [range] Proposal: addition of front(), back(), at(), operator
From: Neil Groves (neil_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-03-23 16:32:32
iterator_range already has front() and back() functions. These are not part
of the Range Concept since we want to be able to model them
non-intrusively. The iterator_range and sub_range classes can be used to
wrap other iterator pairs or ranges and provide most of the member
functions that you are suggesting.
> 3. at()
> returning the reference to the i-th element of the range
> precondition (throw std::out_of_range or assert): index < size(rng)
> For RandomAccessRange
> return *(begin(rng) + index);
operator is implemented. An at(index) function can be written that throws
upon out-of-range. I have not provided one.
> For SinglePassRange it could iterate over the range and return the
> required element
> For me, non-throwing at() would be more useful however this behavior won't
> be intuitive. So the following should also be provided:
> 4. sub(), subscript(), el(), element(), at_index(), at_(), index(),
> indexed(), access(), operator, ...?
> the implementation of indexing operator
> same as 3 but instead of throwing an assert would be used
> The use of operator could be similar to this:
Already exists for iterator_range.
> using boost::range::subscript_operator;
> So not very convenient. But maybe you have a better idea?
Perhaps this is useful:
I believe that everything you have asked for is already present except a
throwing at() function which might be a nice addition.
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