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std::experimental::ranges::projected

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template <ranges::Readable I, ranges::IndirectRegularUnaryInvocable<I> Proj>

struct projected {
    using value_type = std::remove_cv_t<std::remove_reference_t<ranges::indirect_result_of_t<Proj&(I)>>>;
    ranges::indirect_result_of_t<Proj&(I)> operator*() const;
};

template <ranges::WeaklyIncrementable I, class Proj>
struct difference_type<projected<I, Proj>> {
    using type = ranges::difference_type_t<I>;

};

The class template projected bundles a Readable type I and a function Proj into a new Readable type whose reference type is the result of applying Proj to the reference type of I. It exists solely to ease constraint specification, and so its operator*() may not be actually defined.