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struct in { /* implementation-defined */ };

struct in1 { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct in2 { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct out { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct out1 { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct out2 { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct fun { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct min { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct max { /* implementation-defined */ };
struct begin { /* implementation-defined */ };

struct end { /* implementation-defined */ };
(ranges TS)

These classes are TagSpecifiers for use with ranges::tagged.

The name of a specifier is also the element name it corresponds to. For instance, ranges::tagged<std::pair<int, int>, tag::min, tag::max> provides a set of named accessors named min and a set of named accessors named max.