C++ named requirements: RangeAdaptorClosureObject (since C++20)
C(R) R | C
Two range adaptor closure objects can be chained by operator| to produce another range adaptor closure object: if C and D are range adaptor closure objects, then C | D produces a range adaptor closure object E with the following properties:
- E stores a copy of C and D, direct-non-list-initialized from std::forward<decltype((C))>(C) and std::forward<decltype((D))>(D) respectively. If such initialization is invalid, C | D is also invalid.
- Let c and d be the stored copies (with the same constness and value category as E), and R be a
rangeobject, the following expressions are equivalent:
d(c(R)) R | c | d E(R) R | E // R | (C | D)
Notes: operator() is unsupported for volatile-qualified or const-volatile-qualified version of range adaptor object closure types.
Objects whose type is the same as one of the following objects (ignoring cv-qualification) are range adaptor closure objects:
- unary range adaptor objects,
- the results of binding trailing arguments by range adaptor objects, and
- the results of chaining two range adaptor closure objects by operator|.