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eastl::str_equal_to< T > Struct Template Reference

#include <functional_eastl.h>

Inherits eastl::binary_function< Argument1, Argument2, Result >.

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bool operator() (T a, T b) const

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template<typename T>
struct eastl::str_equal_to< T >

str_equal_to

Compares two 0-terminated string types. The T types are expected to be iterators or act like iterators.

Example usage: hash_set<const char*, hash<const char*>, str_equal_to<const char*> > stringHashSet;

Note: You couldn't use str_equal_to like this: bool result = equal("hi", "hi" + 2, "ho", str_equal_to<const char*>()); This is because equal tests an array of something, with each element by the comparison function. But str_equal_to tests an array of something itself.

Definition at line 150 of file functional_eastl.h.


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