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std::regex_traits::lookup_collatename

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template< class ForwardIt >
string_type lookup_collatename( ForwardIt first, ForwardIt last ) const;
Si la séquence de caractères [first, last) représente le nom d'un élément valable de classement dans la locale courante imprégnés, retourne le nom de cet élément d'assemblage. Sinon, retourne une chaîne vide .
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If the character sequence [first, last) represents the name of a valid collating element in the currently imbued locale, returns the name of that collating element. Otherwise, returns an empty string.
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Assemblage des éléments sont les symboles qui se trouvent dans les expressions régulières POSIX entre [. et .]. Par exemple, [.a.] correspond à la a personnage dans l'environnement local C. [.tilde.] correspond à la ~ personnage dans l'environnement local C ainsi. [.ch.] correspond à la ch digraphe locale tchèque, mais génère std::regex_error avec le code d'erreur std::regex_constants::error_collate dans la plupart des autres endroits .
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Collating elements are the symbols found in POSIX regular expressions between [. and .]. For example, [.a.] matches the character a in the C locale. [.tilde.] matches the character ~ in the C locale as well. [.ch.] matches the digraph ch in Czech locale, but generates std::regex_error with error code std::regex_constants::error_collate in most other locales.
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[modifier] Paramètres

first, last -
une paire d'itérateurs qui détermine la séquence de caractères qui représente le nom d'un élément d'assemblage
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a pair of iterators which determines the sequence of characters that represents a collating element name
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Type requirements
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ForwardIt must meet the requirements of ForwardIterator.

[modifier] Retourne la valeur

La représentation de l'élément d'assemblage nommé comme une chaîne de caractères .
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The representation of the named collating element as a character string.
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[modifier] Exemple

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <regex>
 
struct noisy_traits : std::regex_traits<char> {
 
    template< class Iter >
    string_type lookup_collatename( Iter first, Iter last ) const {
        string_type result = regex_traits::lookup_collatename(first, last);
        std::cout << "regex_traits<>::lookup_collatename(\""
                  << string_type(first, last)
                  << "\") returns \"" << result << "\"\n";
        return result;
    }
};
 
int main()
{
    std::string str = "z|}a"; // C locale collation order: x,y,z,{,|,},~
    std::basic_regex<char, noisy_traits> re("[x-[.tilde.]]*a", std::regex::basic);
    std::cout << std::boolalpha << std::regex_match(str, re) << '\n';
}

Résultat :

regex_traits<>::lookup_collatename("tilde") returns "~"
true