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std::chrono::duration_values

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std::chrono::duration_values
 
Defined in header <chrono>
template <class Rep>
struct duration_values;
(since C++11)

The std::chrono::duration_values type defines three common durations:

  • std::chrono::duration_values::zero
  • std::chrono::duration_values::min
  • std::chrono::duration_values::max

The zero, min, and max methods in std::chrono::duration forward their work to these methods.

This type can be specialized if the representation Rep requires a specific implementation to return these duration objects.

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