`basic_result<T>`

If on C++ 20 or the Concepts TS is enabled, a boolean concept matching types which have `value_type`

, `error_type`

and `no_value_policy_type`

member typedefs; that the type is convertible to `basic_result<value_type, error_type, no_value_policy_type>`

; that `basic_result<value_type, error_type, no_value_policy_type>`

is a base of the type.

If without Concepts, a static constexpr bool which is true for types matching the same requirements, using a SFINAE based emulation.

This concept matches any type which provides the same typedefs as a `basic_result<T, E, NoValuePolicy>`

, has that `basic_result`

as a base class, and is implicitly convertible to `basic_result`

. Whilst not guaranteed, it is very likely that the type is a `basic_result`

, or inherits publicly from a `basic_result`

. If you want something which matches any value-or-error type, consider `value_or_error<T>`

. If you want something which exactly matches `basic_result`

, use `is_basic_result<T>`

.

*Namespace*: `BOOST_OUTCOME_V2_NAMESPACE::concepts`

*Header*: `<boost/outcome/basic_result.hpp>`