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__gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy(3)  Library Functions Manual __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy(3)

       __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy -

   Public Member Functions
       sample_update_policy ()
       sample_update_policy (const sample_update_policy &)
       void swap (sample_update_policy &other)

   Protected Types
       typedef some_metadata_type metadata_type

   Protected Member Functions
       metadata_type operator() () const
       bool operator() (metadata_reference) const

Detailed Description
       A sample list-update policy.

       Definition at line 47 of file sample_update_policy.hpp.

Member Typedef Documentation
   typedef some_metadata_type __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::metadata_type [protected]
       Metadata on which this functor operates.

       Definition at line 61 of file sample_update_policy.hpp.

Constructor &; Destructor Documentation
   __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::sample_update_policy ()
       Default constructor.

   __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::sample_update_policy (const sample_update_policy &)
       Copy constructor.

Member Function Documentation
   metadata_type __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::operator() () const [protected]
       Creates a metadata object.

   bool __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::operator() (metadata_reference) const [protected]
       Decides whether a metadata object should be moved to the front of the list. A list-update
       based containers object will call this method to decide whether to move a node to the
       front of the list. The method shoule return true if the node should be moved to the front
       of the list.

   void __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy::swap (sample_update_policy &other) [inline]
       Swaps content.

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

libstdc++				 Tue Jun 10 2014      __gnu_pbds::sample_update_policy(3)

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