template <class charT, class InputIterator = istreambuf_iterator<charT> > class money_get;
Facet to parse monetary expressions
The money_get standard facet parses sequences of characters to read monetary expressions and stores it into numerical values or strings of digits.
The money_get class template has a protected destructor: Programs shall only construct objects of derived classes, or use those installed in locale objects (through use_facet).
All standard locale objects support at least the following facet instantiations of the money_get class template (as part of the money category):
|facets in locale objects||notes|
|narrow characters, for use with istream iterators|
|wide characters, for use with wistream iterators|
- Character type: the type of the characters in the sequence to interpret.
Aliased as member char_type.
- Input iterator type that points to the elements in the character sequence to interpret.
Defaults to istreambuf_iterator, which is an iterator that can be implicitly converted from basic_istream objects.
Aliased as member iter_type.
|char_type||The first template parameter (charT)||Character type|
|iter_type||The second template parameter (InputIterator)||Iterator type.|
|String type corresponding to the character type|
The class contains a public static constant of type locale::id that uniquely identifies facets with money_get semantics.
Public member functions
- money_get constructor (public member function)
- Read monetary expression (public member function)
Virtual protected member functions
- Read monetary expression [virtual] (protected virtual member function)
Along with the class destructor:
- money_get destructor (protected member function)
At least the following specializations and partial specializations of this template are provided in all library implementations:
template <class InputIterator> money_get<char,InputIterator>
template <class InputIterator> money_get<wchar_t,InputIterator>
Where InputIterator shall be a type that satisfies the requirements of an input iterator able to iterate over elements of the specified character type.