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Header <boost/move/algorithm.hpp>
Header <boost/move/core.hpp>
Header <boost/move/iterator.hpp>
Header <boost/move/move.hpp>
Header <boost/move/traits.hpp>
Header <boost/move/utility.hpp>
namespace boost {
  template<typename I, typename O> O move(I, I, O);
  template<typename I, typename O> O move_backward(I, I, O);
  template<typename I, typename F> F uninitialized_move(I, I, F);
  template<typename I, typename F> F uninitialized_copy_or_move(I, I, F);
  template<typename I, typename F> F copy_or_move(I, I, F);
}

This header implements macros to define movable classes and move-aware functions


BOOST_MOVE_IMPL_NO_COPY_CTOR_OR_ASSIGN(TYPE)
BOOST_MOVABLE_BUT_NOT_COPYABLE(TYPE)
BOOST_COPYABLE_AND_MOVABLE(TYPE)
BOOST_RV_REF(TYPE)
BOOST_RV_REF_BEG
BOOST_RV_REF_END
BOOST_COPY_ASSIGN_REF(TYPE)
BOOST_FWD_REF(TYPE)
namespace boost {
  template<typename T> struct has_move_emulation_enabled;
}
namespace boost {
  template<typename It> class move_iterator;
  template<typename C> class back_move_insert_iterator;
  template<typename C> class front_move_insert_iterator;
  template<typename C> class move_insert_iterator;
  template<typename It> move_iterator< It > make_move_iterator(const It &);
  template<typename C> back_move_insert_iterator< C > back_move_inserter(C &);
  template<typename C> 
    front_move_insert_iterator< C > front_move_inserter(C &);
  template<typename C> 
    move_insert_iterator< C > move_inserter(C &, typename C::iterator);
}

A general library header that includes the rest of top-level headers.

namespace boost {
  template<typename T> struct has_trivial_destructor_after_move;
  template<typename T> struct has_nothrow_move;
}
namespace boost {
  template<typename T> struct enable_move_utility_emulation;
  template<typename T> rvalue_reference move(input_reference);
  template<typename T> output_reference forward(input_reference);
}

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