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Exercise 518
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Modify find() to take a second argument, an ilist_item*, which, if set, indicates where to begin searching for the item If it is not set, the search should begin as before at the front of the list (By providing this new parameter as the second argument and specifying a zero default argument, we preserve the original public interface Code that uses the previous definition of find() does not need to be modified)
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class ilist { public: // ilist_item* find( int value, ilist_item *start_at = 0 ); // };
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Exercise 519
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Using this new version of find(), implement count() , which returns a count of the occurrences of a value in an ilist Write a small program to test your implementation
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Exercise 520
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Revise insert(int value) to return the ilist_item pointer it has just inserted
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Exercise 521
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Using the revised insert() function, implement
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void ilist:: insert(ilist_item *begin, int *array_of_value, int elem_cnt );
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in which array_of_value addresses an array of values to be inserted in the ilist, elem_cnt is the number of elements in the array, and begin indicates where to begin inserting the elements For example, given an ilist of the values
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and an array such as the following
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int ia[] = { 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13 };
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the new insert operation might be called as follows:
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ilist_item *it = mylistfind( 1 ); mylistinsert(it, ia, 6 );
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It would modify mylist as follows:
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(9)( 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 )
Exercise 522
One problem with concat() and reverse() is that both of them modify the original list This is not always desirable Provide an alternative pair of operations that returns a new ilist object:
ilist ilist::reverse_copy(); ilist ilist::concat_copy( const ilist &rhs );
Abstract Container Types
This chapter provides an extension of and completion to s 3 and 4 We continue the discussion of types started in 3 by presenting more information on the string and vector types as well as presenting other container types provided by the C++ standard library In addition, we continue the discussion of operators and expressions started in 4 by presenting the operations supported for objects of the container types A sequence container holds an ordered collection of elements of a single type The two primary sequence containers are the vector and list types (A third sequence container, deque pronounced "deck" provides the same behavior as a vector but is specialized to support efficient insertion and deletion of its first element A deque is preferred over a vector, for example, in the implementation of a queue, an abstraction in which the first element is retrieved each time In the remainder of the text, whenever we describe the operations supported by a vector, those operations are also supported by a deque) An associative container supports efficient query as to the presence and retrieval of an element The two primary associative container types are the map and the set A map is a key/value pair: the key is used for lookup, and the value contains the data we wish to use A telephone directory, for example, is well supported by a map: the key is the individual's name, and the value is the associated phone number
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A set contains a single key value and supports the efficient query of whether it is present For example, a text query system might build a set of words to exclude, such as the, and, but, and so on, when building a database of the words present within a text The program would read each word of the text in turn, check whether it is in the set of excluded words, and either discard or enter the word within the database depending on the result of the query Both the map and the set can contain only a single occurrence of each key A multimap and a multiset support multiple occurrences of the same key Our telephone directory, for example, will probably need to support multiple listings for a single individual One method of implementing that is with the use of a multimap In the sections that follow, we look at the container types in detail, motivating the discussion through a progressive implementation of a small text query program