logical_or Struct

 

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A predefined function object that performs the logical disjunction operation ( operator||) on its arguments.

template <class Type = void>
struct logical_or : public binary_function<Type, Type, bool>  
{
    bool operator()(
    const Type& Left,
    const Type& Right) const;

 };

// specialized transparent functor for operator||
template <>
struct logical_or<void>  
{
template <class T, class U>
auto operator()(T&& Left, U&& Right) const
 ->  
decltype(std::forward<T>(Left)
 || std::forward<U>(Right));

 };

Parameters

Type, T, U
Any type that supports an operator|| that takes operands of the specified or inferred types.

Left
The left operand of the logical disjunction operation. The unspecialized template takes an lvalue reference argument of type Type. The specialized template does perfect forwarding of lvalue and rvalue reference arguments of inferred type T.

Right
The right operand of the logical disjunction operation. The unspecialized template takes an lvalue reference argument of type Type. The specialized template does perfect forwarding of lvalue and rvalue reference arguments of inferred type U.

The result of Left``||``Right. The specialized template does perfect forwarding of the result, which has the type that's returned by operator||.

For user-defined types, there is no short-circuiting of operand evaluation. Both arguments are evaluated by operator||.

// functional_logical_or.cpp  
// compile with: /EHsc  
#include <deque>  
#include <algorithm>  
#include <functional>  
#include <iostream>  
  
int main( )  
{  
   using namespace std;  
   deque <bool> d1, d2, d3( 7 );  
   deque <bool>::iterator iter1, iter2, iter3;  
  
   int i;  
   for ( i = 0 ; i < 7 ; i++ )  
   {  
      d1.push_back((bool)((rand() % 2) != 0));  
   }  
  
   int j;  
   for ( j = 0 ; j < 7 ; j++ )  
   {  
      d2.push_back((bool)((rand() % 2) != 0));  
   }  
  
   cout << boolalpha;    // boolalpha I/O flag on  
  
   cout << "Original deque:\n d1 = ( " ;  
   for ( iter1 = d1.begin( ) ; iter1 != d1.end( ) ; iter1++ )  
      cout << *iter1 << " ";  
   cout << ")" << endl;  
  
   cout << "Original deque:\n d2 = ( " ;  
   for ( iter2 = d2.begin( ) ; iter2 != d2.end( ) ; iter2++ )  
      cout << *iter2 << " ";  
   cout << ")" << endl;  
  
   // To find element-wise disjunction of the truth values  
   // of d1 & d2, use the logical_or function object  
   transform( d1.begin( ), d1.end( ), d2.begin( ),  
      d3.begin( ), logical_or<bool>( ) );  
   cout << "The deque which is the disjuction of d1 & d2 is:\n d3 = ( " ;  
   for ( iter3 = d3.begin( ) ; iter3 != d3.end( ) ; iter3++ )  
      cout << *iter3 << " ";  
   cout << ")" << endl;  
}  
\* Output:   
Original deque:  
 d1 = ( true true false false true false false )  
Original deque:  
 d2 = ( false false false true true true true )  
The deque which is the disjuction of d1 & d2 is:  
 d3 = ( true true false true true true true )  
*\  
  

Header: <functional>

Namespace: std

Thread Safety in the C++ Standard Library
Standard Template Library

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