Match a series of rules in order.
Defined in header
template< class... Rules> constexpr implementation-defined tuple_rule( Rules... rn);
This matches a series of rules in the order specified. Upon success the input is adjusted to point to the first unconsumed character. There is no implicit specification of linear white space between each rule.
using value_type = see-below;
The sequence rule usually returns a
containing the the
of each corresponding rule in the sequence, except that
values are removed. However, if there is exactly one non-void value type
T, then the sequence rule
Rules are used with the function
result< std::tuple< unsigned char, unsigned char, unsigned char, unsigned char > > rv = parse( "192.168.0.1", tuple_rule( dec_octet_rule, squelch( delim_rule('.') ), dec_octet_rule, squelch( delim_rule('.') ), dec_octet_rule, squelch( delim_rule('.') ), dec_octet_rule ) );
sequence = rule1 rule2 rule3...
A list of one or more rules to match