C++ concepts: NullablePointer (since C++11)
Specifies that the type is a pointerlike object which can be compared to std::nullptr_t objects.
[edit] Requirements
The type must meet all of the following concept requirements:
In addition, a valueinitialized object of the type must produce a null value of that type. This null value shall only be equivalent to itself. Default initialization of the type may have an indeterminate value.
An object of the type must be contextually convertible to bool. The effect of this conversion returns false if the value is equivalent to its null value and true otherwise.
None of the operations that this type performs may throw exceptions.
The type must satisfy the following additional expressions, given two values p
and q
that are of the type, and that np
is a value of std::nullptr_t type (possibly const qualified):
Expression  Effects 
Type p(np);
Type p = np; 
Afterwards, p is equivalent to nullptr

Type(np)  a temporary object that is equivalent to nullptr 
p = np  Must return a Type& , and afterwards, p is equivalent to nullptr

p != q  Must return a value that is contextually convertible to bool.
The effect is 
p == np
np == p 
Must return a value that is contextually convertible to bool.
The effect is 
p != np
np != p 
Must return a value that is contextually convertible to bool.
The effect is 
[edit] Standard library
The following types must satisfy NullablePointer
:
 The member types
X::pointer
,X::const_pointer
,X::void_pointer
andX::const_void_pointer
of everyAllocator
typeX
 The member type
X::pointer
of std::unique_ptr  The type std::exception_ptr