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Function template find_all

boost::algorithm::find_all — Find all algorithm.


// In header: <boost/algorithm/string/split.hpp>

template<typename SequenceSequenceT, typename Range1T, typename Range2T> 
  SequenceSequenceT & 
  find_all(SequenceSequenceT & Result, Range1T & Input, 
           const Range2T & Search);


This algorithm finds all occurrences of the search string in the input.

Each part is copied and added as a new element to the output container. Thus the result container must be able to hold copies of the matches (in a compatible structure like std::string) or a reference to it (e.g. using the iterator range class). Examples of such a container are std::vector<std::string> or std::list<boost::iterator_range<std::string::iterator>>

[Note] Note

Prior content of the result will be overwritten.

This function provides the strong exception-safety guarantee



A container which will be searched.


A container that can hold copies of references to the substrings


A substring to be searched for.


A reference the result