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What does iota of std::iota stand for?

I'm assuming the "i" is increment and the "a" is assign, but I could not figure out or find the answer. Also, it looks very similar to the non-standard itoa which I think is confusing.


Its the greek letter that sometimes gets used in mathematics to denote sets of numbers or unit vectors. In the C++ case, you get a constructed vector set. Nothing to do with itoa.

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