Accessing elements in a list

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    Accessing elements in a list

    I am trying to access t1.name and t2.name that stored in the link_list, and I don't what to do at the for loop. Could someone please help me out? Thank you in advance.

    Code:
    struct T {std::string name; double unit;};
    
    list<T> link_list;
    
    T t1, t2;
    
    t1.name = "t1name";
    t2.name = "t2name";
    
    link_list.push_back(t1);
    link_list.push_back(t2);
    
    list<T>::iterator iter;
    
    for(iter=link_list.begin(); iter != end() ; ++iter)
    {
            cout << iter->???
    }

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    Code:
    for(iter=link_list.begin(); iter != link_list.end() ; ++iter)
    {
            cout << iter->name;
    }

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    Thanks

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