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Struct template cpp_regex_traits

boost::xpressive::cpp_regex_traits — Encapsaulates a std::locale for use by the basic_regex<> class template.

Synopsis

template<typename Char> 
struct cpp_regex_traits {
  // types
  typedef Char                           char_type;      
  typedef std::basic_string< char_type > string_type;    
  typedef std::locale                    locale_type;    
  typedef unspecified                    char_class_type;
  typedef regex_traits_version_2_tag     version_tag;    
  typedef unspecified                    base_type;      

  // construct/copy/destruct
  cpp_regex_traits(locale_type const & = locale_type());

  // public member functions
  bool operator==(cpp_regex_traits< char_type > const &) const;
  bool operator!=(cpp_regex_traits< char_type > const &) const;
  char_type widen(char) const;
  char_type translate_nocase(char_type) const;
  char_type tolower(char_type) const;
  char_type toupper(char_type) const;
  string_type fold_case(char_type) const;
  bool in_range_nocase(char_type, char_type, char_type) const;
  template<typename FwdIter> 
    string_type transform_primary(FwdIter, FwdIter) const;
  template<typename FwdIter> 
    string_type lookup_collatename(FwdIter, FwdIter) const;
  template<typename FwdIter> 
    char_class_type lookup_classname(FwdIter, FwdIter, bool) const;
  bool isctype(char_type, char_class_type) const;
  int value(char_type, int) const;
  locale_type imbue(locale_type) ;
  locale_type getloc() const;
  template<> unsigned char hash(unsigned char) ;
  template<> unsigned char hash(char) ;
  template<> unsigned char hash(signed char) ;
  template<> unsigned char hash(wchar_t) ;

  // public static functions
  static unsigned char hash(char_type) ;
  static char_type translate(char_type) ;
  static bool in_range(char_type, char_type, char_type) ;
};

Description

cpp_regex_traits public construct/copy/destruct

  1. cpp_regex_traits(locale_type const & loc = locale_type());

    Initialize a cpp_regex_traits object to use the specified std::locale, or the global std::locale if none is specified.

cpp_regex_traits public member functions

  1. bool operator==(cpp_regex_traits< char_type > const & that) const;

    Checks two cpp_regex_traits objects for equality

    Returns:

    this->getloc() == that.getloc().

  2. bool operator!=(cpp_regex_traits< char_type > const & that) const;

    Checks two cpp_regex_traits objects for inequality

    Returns:

    this->getloc() != that.getloc().

  3. char_type widen(char ch) const;

    Convert a char to a Char

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    std::use_facet<std::ctype<char_type> >(this->getloc()).widen(ch).

  4. char_type translate_nocase(char_type ch) const;

    Converts a character to lower-case using the internally-stored std::locale.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    std::tolower(ch, this->getloc()).

  5. char_type tolower(char_type ch) const;

    Converts a character to lower-case using the internally-stored std::locale.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    std::tolower(ch, this->getloc()).

  6. char_type toupper(char_type ch) const;

    Converts a character to upper-case using the internally-stored std::locale.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    std::toupper(ch, this->getloc()).

  7. string_type fold_case(char_type ch) const;

    Returns a string_type containing all the characters that compare equal disregrarding case to the one passed in. This function can only be called if has_fold_case<cpp_regex_traits<Char> >value is true.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    string_type containing all chars which are equal to ch when disregarding case

  8. bool in_range_nocase(char_type first, char_type last, char_type ch) const;

    Checks to see if a character is within a character range, irregardless of case.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    first

    The bottom of the range, inclusive.

    last

    The top of the range, inclusive.

    Returns:

    in_range(first, last, ch) || in_range(first, last, tolower(ch, this->getloc())) || in_range(first, last, toupper(ch, this->getloc()))

    Notes:

    The default implementation doesn't do proper Unicode case folding, but this is the best we can do with the standard ctype facet.

  9. template<typename FwdIter> 
      string_type transform_primary(FwdIter begin, FwdIter end) const;

    Returns a sort key for the character sequence designated by the iterator range [F1, F2) such that if the character sequence [G1, G2) sorts before the character sequence [H1, H2) when character case is not considered then v.transform_primary(G1, G2) < v.transform_primary(H1, H2).

    Notes:

    Not used in xpressive 1.0

  10. template<typename FwdIter> 
      string_type lookup_collatename(FwdIter begin, FwdIter end) const;

    Returns a sequence of characters that represents the collating element consisting of the character sequence designated by the iterator range [F1, F2). Returns an empty string if the character sequence is not a valid collating element.

    Notes:

    Not used in xpressive 1.0

  11. template<typename FwdIter> 
      char_class_type 
      lookup_classname(FwdIter begin, FwdIter end, bool icase) const;

    For the character class name represented by the specified character sequence, return the corresponding bitmask representation.

    Parameters:

    begin

    A forward iterator to the start of the character sequence representing the name of the character class.

    end

    The end of the character sequence.

    icase

    Specifies whether the returned bitmask should represent the case-insensitive version of the character class.

    Returns:

    A bitmask representing the character class.

  12. bool isctype(char_type ch, char_class_type mask) const;

    Tests a character against a character class bitmask.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The character to test.

    mask

    The character class bitmask against which to test.

    Requires:

    mask is a bitmask returned by lookup_classname, or is several such masks bit-or'ed together.

    Returns:

    true if the character is a member of any of the specified character classes, false otherwise.

  13. int value(char_type ch, int radix) const;

    Convert a digit character into the integer it represents.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The digit character.

    radix

    The radix to use for the conversion.

    Requires:

    radix is one of 8, 10, or 16.

    Returns:

    -1 if ch is not a digit character, the integer value of the character otherwise. The conversion is performed by imbueing a std::stringstream with this->getloc(); setting the radix to one of oct, hex or dec; inserting ch into the stream; and extracting an int.

  14. locale_type imbue(locale_type loc) ;

    Imbues *this with loc

    Parameters:

    loc

    A std::locale.

    Returns:

    the previous std::locale used by *this.

  15. locale_type getloc() const;

    Returns the current std::locale used by *this.

  16. template<> unsigned char hash(unsigned char ch) ;
  17. template<> unsigned char hash(char ch) ;
  18. template<> unsigned char hash(signed char ch) ;
  19. template<> unsigned char hash(wchar_t ch) ;

cpp_regex_traits public static functions

  1. static unsigned char hash(char_type ch) ;

    Returns a hash value for a Char in the range [0, UCHAR_MAX]

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    a value between 0 and UCHAR_MAX, inclusive.

  2. static char_type translate(char_type ch) ;

    No-op

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    Returns:

    ch

  3. static bool in_range(char_type first, char_type last, char_type ch) ;

    Checks to see if a character is within a character range.

    Parameters:

    ch

    The source character.

    first

    The bottom of the range, inclusive.

    last

    The top of the range, inclusive.

    Returns:

    first <= ch && ch <= last.


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