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std::shared_lock::try_lock_until(3) C++ Standard Libary std::shared_lock::try_lock_until(3)


std::shared_lock::try_lock_until - std::shared_lock::try_lock_until


template< class Clock, class Duration >
bool try_lock_until( const std::chrono::time_point<Clock,Duration>& (since C++14)
timeout_time );

Tries to lock the associated mutex in shared mode. Blocks until specified
timeout_time has been reached or the lock is acquired, whichever comes first. On
successful lock acquisition returns true, otherwise returns false. May block for
longer than until timeout_time has been reached.

Effectively calls mutex()->try_lock_shared_until(timeout_time).

std::system_error is thrown if there is no associated mutex or if the mutex is
already locked.

Clock must meet the Clock requirements. The behavior is undefined if Mutex does not
meet the SharedTimedLockable requirements.
The program is ill-formed if std::chrono::is_clock_v<Clock> is false.
(since C++20)


timeout_time - maximum time point to block until

Return value

true if the ownership of the mutex has been acquired successfully, false otherwise.


* Any exceptions thrown by mutex()->try_lock_shared_for(timeout_time).

* If there is no associated mutex, std::system_error with an error code of

* If the mutex is already locked, std::system_error with an error code of


This section is incomplete
Reason: no example

See also

lock locks the associated mutex
(public member function)
try_lock tries to lock the associated mutex
(public member function)
try_lock_for tries to lock the associated mutex, for the specified duration
(public member function)
unlock unlocks the associated mutex
(public member function)
tries to lock (i.e., takes ownership of) the associated TimedLockable
try_lock_until mutex, returns if the mutex has been unavailable until specified time
point has been reached
(public member function of std::unique_lock<Mutex>)