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__gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector(3)			   __gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector(3)

       __gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector -

       Inherits __gnu_parallel::__generic_find_selector.

   Public Member Functions
       template<typename _RAIter1 , typename _RAIter2 , typename _Pred > std::pair< _RAIter1,
	   _RAIter2 > _M_sequential_algorithm (_RAIter1 __begin1, _RAIter1 __end1, _RAIter2
	   __begin2, _Pred __pred)
       template<typename _RAIter1 , typename _RAIter2 , typename _Pred > bool operator()
	   (_RAIter1 __i1, _RAIter2 __i2, _Pred __pred)

Detailed Description
       Test inverted predicate on a single element.

       Definition at line 119 of file find_selectors.h.

Member Function Documentation
   template<typename _RAIter1 , typename _RAIter2 , typename _Pred > std::pair<_RAIter1,
       _RAIter2> __gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector::_M_sequential_algorithm (_RAIter1__begin1,
       _RAIter1__end1, _RAIter2__begin2, _Pred__pred) [inline]
       Corresponding sequential algorithm on a sequence.

	   __begin1 Begin iterator of first sequence.
	   __end1 End iterator of first sequence.
	   __begin2 Begin iterator of second sequence.
	   __pred Find predicate.

       Definition at line 143 of file find_selectors.h.

   template<typename _RAIter1 , typename _RAIter2 , typename _Pred > bool
       __gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector::operator() (_RAIter1__i1, _RAIter2__i2, _Pred__pred)
       Test on one position.

	   __i1 _Iterator on first sequence.
	   __i2 _Iterator on second sequence (unused).
	   __pred Find predicate.

       Definition at line 130 of file find_selectors.h.

       Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code.

libstdc++				 Tue Jun 10 2014   __gnu_parallel::__mismatch_selector(3)
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