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How to write a trait which checks whether a type is iterable

  • Thread starter Thread starter Roy Nieterau
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Roy Nieterau

Is there any way to check if an arbitrary variable type is iterable?

So to check if it has indexed elements or I can actually loop over it's children? (Use foreach for example?)

Is it possible to create a universal template for that?

I've found techniques for other programming languages while searching for it. Yet still have to find out how to do this in C++.
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