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nth_element( RandomAccessIterator first, RandomAccessIterator nth, RandomAccessIterator last ); template< class RandomAccessIterator, class Compare > void nth_element( RandomAccessIterator first, RandomAccessIterator nth, RandomAccessIterator last, Compare comp );
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nth_element() reorders the sequence marked off by [first,last) such that all elements less than the nth element occur before it and all elements that are greater occur after For example, given the array
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int ia[] = {29,23,20,22,17,15,26,51,19,12,35,40 };
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an invocation of nth_element() marking the seventh element as nth (it has a value of 26),
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yields a sequence in which the seven elements less than 26 are to its left, and the four elements greater than 26 are to its right: {23,20,22,17,15,19,12,26,51,35,40,29}, although the elements on either side of the nth element are not guaranteed to be in any particular order The first version uses the less than operator of the underlying type for comparison; the second version orders the elements based on a binary comparison operation passed by the programmer
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#include <algorithm> #include <vector> #include <iostreamh> /* * generates: original order of the vector: 29 23 20 22 17 15 26 51 19 12 35 40 sorting vector based on element 26 12 15 17 19 20 22 23 26 51 29 35 40 sorting vector in descending order based on element 23 40 35 29 51 26 23 22 20 19 17 15 12 */ int main() { int ia[] = {29,23,20,22,17,15,26,51,19,12,35,40}; vector< int,allocator > vec( ia, ia+12 ); ostream_iterator<int> out( cout," " ); cout "original order of the vector: "; copy( vecbegin(), vecend(), out ); cout endl; cout "sorting vector based on element " *( vecbegin()+6 ) endl; nth_element( vecbegin(), vecbegin()+6, vecend() ); copy( vecbegin(), vecend(), out ); cout endl; cout "sorting vector in descending order " "based on element "
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*( vecbegin()+6 ) endl; nth_element( vecbegin(), vecbegin()+6, vecend(), greater<int>() ); copy( vecbegin(), vecend(), out ); cout endl; } partial_sort() template< class RandomAccessIterator > void partial_sort( RandomAccessIterator first, RandomAccessIterator middle, RandomAccessIterator last ); template< class RandomAccessIterator, class Compare > void partial_sort( RandomAccessIterator first, RandomAccessIterator middle, RandomAccessIterator last, Compare comp );
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partial_sort() sorts the number of elements that can be placed within the range [first,middle) The elements stored within the range [middle,last) are unsorted but fall outside the sequence actually sorted For example, given the array
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an invocation of partial_sort() marking the sixth element as middle,
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stable_sort( &ia[0], &ia[5], &ia[12] );
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yields the sequence in which the five smallest elements are sorted (that is, middle-first elements): {12,15,17,19,20,29,23,22,26,51,35,40} The elements from middle through last-1 are not placed in any particular order, although their values all fall outside the sequence actually sorted The first version uses the less than operator of the underlying type; the second version orders the elements based on comp
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partial_sort_copy() template< class InputIterator, class RandomAccessIterator > RandomAccessIterator partial_sort_copy( InputIterator first, InputIterator last, RandomAccessIterator result_first, RandomAccessIterator result_last ); template< class InputIterator, class RandomAccessIterator, class Compare > RandomAccessIterator partial_sort_copy( InputIterator first, InputIterator last, RandomAccessIterator result_first, RandomAccessIterator result_last, Compare comp );
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partial_sort_copy() behaves the same as partial_sort() except that it copies its partially ordered sequence into the container marked off by the range [result_ first,result_last) (so the result is a fully sorted sequence provided that we indicate a separate container into which to be copied) For example, given the two arrays
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int ia[] = {29,23,20,22,17,15,26,51,19,12,35,40 }; int ia2[5];
an invocation of partial_sort_copy() marking the eighth element as middle,
stable_sort( &ia[0], &ia[7], &ia[12], &ia2[0], &ia[5] );
fills ia2 with five sorted elements: {12,15,17,19,20} The two additional sorted elements are unused
#include <algorithm> #include <vector> #include <iostreamh> /* * generates: original order of vector: 69 23 80 42 17 15 26 51 19 12 35 8 partial sort of vector: seven elements 8 12 15 17 19 23 26 80 69 51 42 35 partial_sort_copy() of first seven elements of vector in descending order 26 23 19 17 15 12 8 */ int main() { int ia[] = {69,23,80,42,17,15,26,51,19,12,35,8 }; vector< int,allocator > vec( ia, ia+12 ); ostream_iterator<int> out( cout," " ); cout "original order of vector: "; copy( vecbegin(), vecend(), out ); cout endl; cout "partial sort of vector: seven elements\n"; partial_sort( vecbegin(), vecbegin()+7, vecend() ); copy( vecbegin(), vecend(), out ); cout endl; vector< int, allocator > res(7); cout "partial_sort_copy() of first seven elements\n\t" "of vector in descending order\n"; partial_sort_copy( vecbegin(), vecbegin()+7, resbegin(), resend(), greater<int>() ); copy( resbegin(), resend(), out ); cout endl; } partial_sum() template < class InputIterator, Class OutputIterator > OutputIterator partial_sum( InputIterator first, InputIterator last, OutputIterator result );
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