< cpp‎ | utility
Defined in header <tuple>
template <class T, class Tuple>
constexpr T make_from_tuple(Tuple&& t);
(since C++17)

Construct an object of type T, using the elements of the tuple t as the arguments to the constructor.


t - tuple whose elements to be used as arguments to the constructor of T

Return value

The constructed T object.


The tuple need not be std::tuple, and instead may be anything that supports std::get and std::tuple_size; in particular, std::array and std::pair may be used.

Due to guaranteed copy elision, T need not be movable.

Possible implementation

namespace detail {
template <class T, class Tuple, std::size_t... I>
constexpr T make_from_tuple_impl( Tuple&& t, std::index_sequence<I...> )
  return T(std::get<I>(std::forward<Tuple>(t))...);
} // namespace detail
template <class T, class Tuple>
constexpr T make_from_tuple( Tuple&& t )
    return detail::make_from_tuple_impl<T>(std::forward<Tuple>(t),


#include <iostream>
#include <tuple>
struct Foo {
    Foo(int first, float second, int third) {
        std::cout << first << ", " << second << ", " << third << "\n";
int main()
   auto tuple = std::make_tuple(42, 3.14f, 0);


42, 3.14, 0

See also

creates a tuple object of the type defined by the argument types
(function template)
creates a tuple of rvalue references
(function template)
calls a function with a tuple of arguments
(function template)