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Class fiber::id

#include <boost/fiber/fiber.hpp>

namespace boost {
namespace fibers {

class id {
public:
    constexpr id() noexcept;

    bool operator==( id const&) const noexcept;

    bool operator!=( id const&) const noexcept;

    bool operator<( id const&) const noexcept;

    bool operator>( id const&) const noexcept;

    bool operator<=( id const&) const noexcept;

    bool operator>=( id const&) const noexcept;

    template< typename charT, class traitsT >
    friend std::basic_ostream< charT, traitsT > &
    operator<<( std::basic_ostream< charT, traitsT > &, id const&);
};

}}
Constructor
constexpr id() noexcept;

Effects:

Represents an instance of not-a-fiber.

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator==()

bool operator==( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

true if *this and other represent the same fiber, or both represent not-a-fiber, false otherwise.

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator!=()

bool operator!=( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

! (other == * this)

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator<()

bool operator<( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

true if *this != other is true and the implementation-defined total order of fiber::id values places *this before other, false otherwise.

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator>()

bool operator>( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

other < * this

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator<=()

bool operator<=( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

! (other < * this)

Throws:

Nothing.

Member function operator>=()

bool operator>=( id const& other) const noexcept;

Returns:

! (* this < other)

Throws:

Nothing.

operator<<
template< typename charT, class traitsT >
std::basic_ostream< charT, traitsT > &
operator<<( std::basic_ostream< charT, traitsT > & os, id const& other);

Efects:

Writes the representation of other to stream os. The representation is unspecified.

Returns:

os


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