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Function replace_all_regex_copy

boost::algorithm::replace_all_regex_copy — Replace all regex algorithm.

Synopsis

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


template<typename OutputIteratorT, typename RangeT, typename CharT, 
         typename RegexTraitsT, typename FormatStringTraitsT, 
         typename FormatStringAllocatorT> 
  OutputIteratorT 
  replace_all_regex_copy(OutputIteratorT Output, const RangeT & Input, 
                         const basic_regex< CharT, RegexTraitsT > & Rx, 
                         const std::basic_string< CharT, FormatStringTraitsT, FormatStringAllocatorT > & Format, 
                         match_flag_type Flags = match_default|format_default);
template<typename SequenceT, typename CharT, typename RegexTraitsT, 
         typename FormatStringTraitsT, typename FormatStringAllocatorT> 
  SequenceT replace_all_regex_copy(const SequenceT & Input, 
                                   const basic_regex< CharT, RegexTraitsT > & Rx, 
                                   const std::basic_string< CharT, FormatStringTraitsT, FormatStringAllocatorT > & Format, 
                                   match_flag_type Flags = match_default|format_default);

Description

Format all substrings, matching given regex, with the specified format. The result is a modified copy of the input. It is returned as a sequence or copied to the output iterator.

[Note] Note

The second variant of this function provides the strong exception-safety guarantee

Parameters:

Flags

Regex options

Format

Regex format definition

Input

An input string

Output

An output iterator to which the result will be copied

Rx

A regular expression

Returns:

An output iterator pointing just after the last inserted character or a modified copy of the input


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