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Supporting Library Elements

The Boost.Asio asynchronous model is enabled by the library elements listed in the table below.

Library Element

Description

completion_signature concept

Defines valid completion signature forms.

completion_handler_for concept

Determines whether a completion handler is callable with a given set of completion signatures.

async_result trait

Converts a completion signature and completion token into a concrete completion handler, and launches the operation.

async_initiate function

Helper function to simplify use of the async_result trait.

completion_token_for concept

Determines whether a completion token produces a completion handler for a given set of completion signatures.

associator trait

Automatically propagates all associators through layers of abstraction.

associated_executor trait, associated_executor_t type alias, and get_associated_executor function

Defines an asynchronous agent’s associated executor.

associated_allocator trait, associated_allocator_t type alias, and get_associated_allocator function

Defines an asynchronous agent’s associated allocator.

associated_cancellation_slot trait, associated_cancellation_slot_t type alias, and get_associated_cancellation_slot function

Defines an asynchronous agent’s associated cancellation slot.


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