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eastl::back_insert_iterator< Container > Class Template Reference

#include <iterator_eastl.h>

Inherits eastl::iterator< Category, T, Distance, Pointer, Reference >.

List of all members.

Public Types

typedef Container container_type
typedef Container::const_reference const_reference

Public Member Functions

 back_insert_iterator (Container &x)
back_insert_iteratoroperator= (const_reference value)
back_insert_iteratoroperator* ()
back_insert_iteratoroperator++ ()
back_insert_iterator operator++ (int)

Protected Attributes

Container & container

Detailed Description

template<typename Container>
class eastl::back_insert_iterator< Container >

back_insert_iterator

A back_insert_iterator is simply a class that acts like an iterator but when you assign a value to it, it calls push_back on the container with the value.

Definition at line 328 of file iterator_eastl.h.


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