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Prototype
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template <class Tnum>
bool proper_subset(Tnum x, const interval<Tnum>& y) ;
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Description
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Tests if the number `x` is within the bounds of the interval
`y` exclusivly. That is, `x` is within but not equal
to the bounds of `y` . Returns true if x is greater
than the lower bound of y and x is less than the upper
bound of y.
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Definition
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Preconditions
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Complexity
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Example
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In subset.cc:
dint A(-2,2,true); dint B(-1,1); cout << "A in B? " << subset(A,B) <<endl; cout << "B in A? " << subset(B,A) <<endl; cout << "0 in A? " << subset(double(0),A) << endl; cout << "3 in A? " << subset(double(3),A) << endl; cout << "B Proper subset of A? " << proper_subset(B,A) << endl; cout << "B Proper subset of B? " << proper_subset(B,B) << endl; | |||||||

Notes
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See also
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