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Basic
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Basic
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Biblioteca-Wide
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Library-Wide
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Container
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Container
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Elementos de contêineres
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Container Elements
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Iterator
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Iterator
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Números aleatórios
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Random Numbers
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Simultaneidade
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Concurrency
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BasicLockable(C++11)
Lockable(C++11)
TimedLockable(C++11)
Mutex(C++11)
TimedMutex(C++11)
Outro
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Define um tipo que pode ser usado para representar um conjunto de valores constantes ou qualquer combinação desses valores. Esta característica é normalmente implementada por tipos inteiros, std::bitset, ou enumerações (escopo e sem escopo) com sobrecargas de operador adicionais.
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Defines a type that can be used to represent a set of constant values or any combination of those values. This trait is typically implemented by integer types, std::bitset, or enumerations (scoped and unscoped) with additional operator overloads.
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O tipo de máscara de bits suporta um número finito de elementos bitmask, que são valores distintos do tipo máscara de bits, de modo que, para qualquer par Ci e Cj, Ci & Ci != 0 e Ci & Cj == 0.
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The bitmask type supports a finite number of bitmask elements, which are distinct values of the bitmask type, such that, for any pair Ci and Cj, Ci & Ci != 0 and Ci & Cj == 0.
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Os operadores bit a bit operator&, operator|, operator^, operator~, operator&=, operator|=, e operator^= são definidas para valores do tipo de máscara de bits e têm a mesma semântica que os correspondentes operadores internos sobre inteiros sem sinal teria se os elementos foram bitmask o inteiro distinta potências de dois.
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The bitwise operators operator&, operator|, operator^, operator~, operator&=, operator|=, and operator^= are defined for values of the bitmask type and have the same semantics as the corresponding built-in operators on unsigned integers would have if the bitmask elements were the distinct integer powers of two.
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As seguintes expressões são bem formados e têm o seguinte significado em qualquer X. BitsetType
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The following expressions are well-formed and have the following meaning for any BitsetType X
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X |= Y
define o valor de Y no objeto
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sets the value Y in the object X
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X &= ~Y
X.. limpa o valor Y no X. objeto
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clears the value Y in the object X
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X&Y != 0
Y indica que o valor é definido no objeto X
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indicates that the value Y is set in the object X
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Cada elemento de máscara de bits representible é definida como um valor do tipo constexpr bitmask.
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Each representible bitmask element is defined as a constexpr value of the bitmask type.
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Os seguintes tipos de biblioteca padrão satisfazer BitmaskType:
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The following standard library types satisfy BitmaskType:
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  • std::ctype_base::mask
  • std::ios_base::fmtflags
  • std::ios_base::iostate
  • std::ios_base::openmode
  • std::regex_traits::char_class_type
  • std::regex_constants::syntax_option_type
  • std::regex_constants::match_flag_type
  • std::launch,
O código que se baseia em algumas opção de implementação particular (por exemplo int n = std::ios_base::hex), é porque não portável std::ios_base::fmtflags não é necessariamente implicitamente conversível para int.
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Code that relies on some particular implementation option (e.g. int n = std::ios_base::hex), is nonportable because std::ios_base::fmtflags is not necessarily implicitly convertible to int.
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