C++ concepts: BidirectionalIterator

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A BidirectionalIterator is a ForwardIterator that can be moved in both directions (i.e. incremented and decremented).

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In addition to the above requirement, for a type It to be an BidirectionalIterator, an instance i of It must:

Expression Return Equivalent expression Notes
--i It& After this, copies of i are still valid
i-- convertible to const It& It temp = i;


return temp;
*i-- reference

A mutable BidirectionalIterator is a BidirectionalIterator that additionally satisfies the OutputIterator requirements.

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