value_or_none<T>

If on C++ 20 or the Concepts TS is enabled, a boolean concept matching types with a public .has_value() observer which returns bool, and a public .value() observer function.

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

This concept matches optional-like types such as std::optional<T> . Note it also matches P0323 std::expected<T, E> , which also has an optional-like interface. You may thus wish to preferentially match ValueOrError<T, E> for any given T.

Namespace: OUTCOME_V2_NAMESPACE::concepts

Header: <outcome/convert.hpp>

Legacy: This was named convert::ValueOrNone<T> in Outcome v2.1 and earlier. Define OUTCOME_ENABLE_LEGACY_SUPPORT_FOR to 210 or lower to enable.