Subject: Re: [boost] [Range] contains() for unsorted ranges?
From: Nathan Ridge (zeratul976_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-04-06 15:52:13
> Wouldn't the library be well served by providing a contains() algorithm
> - with the same overloads/versions as find - for unsorted ranges?
> Surely, having to test against the range's end ruins the otherwise
> expressive syntax offered; especially when adaptors are involved and one
> has to test against the adapted range's end.
> Perhaps I am missing an obvious reason why not?
I can't think of a reason. In my code I wrote my own version
of this function and I use it all the time.
If you're interested in contributing such a function to
Boost.Range (including tests and documentation), I'd be
happy to review it.
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