This function is similar to strtok in C. Input sequence is split into tokens, separated by separators. Separators are given by means of the predicate.
Template: split(Result, Input, PredicateT Pred); Parameters: Input: A container which will be searched. Pred: A predicate to identify separators. This predicate is supposed to return true if a given element is a separator. Result: A container that can hold copies of references to the substrings. Returns: A reference the result
Application : It is used to split a string into substrings which are separated by separators.
Input : boost::split(result, input, boost::is_any_of("\t")) input = "geeks\tfor\tgeeks" Output : geeks for geeks Explanation: Here in input string we have "geeks\tfor\tgeeks" and result is a container in which we want to store our result here separator is "\t".
geeks for geeks
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