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Description

A Forward Iterator is an iterator that corresponds to the usual intuitive notion of a linear sequence of values. It is possible to use Forward Iterators (unlike Input Iterators and Output Iterators) in multipass algorithms. Forward Iterators do not, however, allow stepping backwards through a sequence, but only, as the name suggests, forward.

A type that is a model of Forward Iterator may be either mutable or immutable, as defined in the Trivial Iterators requirements.


See also | Standard Template Library Programmer`s Guide | Associated types







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