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We saw in Chapter 36 that transforming an iterator is a matter of applying a unary function to the dereference. Can we do this with a predicate, to filter out items? We might imagine something like the following:
using recls::stl::search_sequence; search_sequence files(".", "*", recls::FILES | recls::RECURSIVE); std::copy(filter(files.begin(), is_readonly()) , filter(files.end(), is_readonly()) , std::ostream_iterator<search_sequence::value_type>(std::cout , "\n"));
How would this work? Naturally,
filter() will be a creator function ...