A type Index satisfies ParallelForIndex if it meets the following requirements:

ParallelForIndex Requirements: Pseudo-Signature, Semantics


Constructor from an int value.

Index::Index(const Index&)#

Copy constructor.



Index &operator=(const Index&)#


Index &operator++()#

Adjust *this to the next value.

bool operator<(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Value of i precedes value of j.

bool operator<=(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Value of i precedes or equal to the value of j.

D operator-(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Number of values in range [i,j).

Index operator+(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Sum of i and j values.

Index operator+(const Index &i, D k)#

k-th value after i.

Index operator*(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Multiplication of i and j values.

Index operator/(const Index &i, const Index &j)#

Quotient of i and j values.

D is the type of the expression j-i. It can be any integral type that is convertible to size_t. Examples that model the Index requirements are integral types and pointers.

_NOTE:_ It is recommended to use integral types as ParallelForIndex. See the [basic.fundamental] section of the ISO C++ Standard for information about integral types.

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