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make_tuple Function

Makes a tuple from element values.

template<class T1, class T2, ..., class TN>
    tuple<V1, V2, ..., VN>
    make_tuple(const T1& t1, const T2& t2, ..., const TN& tN);

TN

The type of the Nth function parameter.

tN

The value of the Nth function parameter.

The template function returns tuple<V1, V2, ..., VN>(t1, t2, ..., tN), where each type Vi is X& when the corresponding type Ti is cv reference_wrapper<X>; otherwise, it is Ti.

One advantage of make_tuple is that the types of objects that are being stored are determined automatically by the compiler and do not have to be explicitly specified. Don't use explicit template arguments such as make_tuple<int, int>(1, 2) when you use make_tuple because it is unnecessarily verbose and adds complex rvalue reference problems that might cause compilation failure.

// std_tr1__tuple__make_tuple.cpp 
// compile by using: /EHsc 
#include <tuple> 
#include <iostream> 
 
typedef std::tuple<int, double, int, double> Mytuple; 
int main() 
    { 
    Mytuple c0(0, 1, 2, 3); 
 
// display contents " 0 1 2 3" 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<0>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<1>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<2>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<3>(c0); 
    std::cout << std::endl; 
 
    c0 = std::make_tuple(4, 5, 6, 7); 
 
// display contents " 4 5 6 7" 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<0>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<1>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<2>(c0); 
    std::cout << " " << std::get<3>(c0); 
    std::cout << std::endl; 
 
    return (0); 
    } 
 

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Header: <tuple>

Namespace: std

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