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9 Sequential Containers 10Associative Containers 11Generic Algorithms
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C++ Primer, Fourth Edition By Stanley B Lippman,Jos e Lajoie, Barbara E Moo Publisher:Addison Wesley Professional Pub Date: February 14, 2005 Print ISBN: 0-201-72148-1 Pages: 912
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This popular tutorial introduction to standard C++ has been completely updated, reorganized, and rewritten to help programmers learn the language faster and use it in a more modern, effective wayJust as C++ has evolved since the last edition, so has the authors' approach to teaching it They now introduce the C++ standard library from the beginning, giving readers the means to write useful programs without first having to master every language detail Highlighting today's best practices, they show how to write programs that are safe, can be built quickly, and yet offer outstanding performance Examples that take advantage of the library, and explain the features of C++, also show how to make the best use of the language As in its previous editions, the book's authoritative discussion of fundamental C++ concepts and techniques makes it a valuable resource even for more experienced programmersProgram Faster and More Effectively with This Rewritten Classic Restructured for quicker learning, using the C++ standard library Updated to teach the most current programming styles and program design techniques Filled with new learning aids that emphasize important points, warn about common pitfalls, suggest good programming practices, and provide general usage tips Complete with exercises that reinforce skills learned Authoritative and comprehensive in its coverageThe source code for the book's extended examples is available on the Web at the address below
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C++ Primer, Fourth Edition By Stanley B Lippman,Jos e Lajoie, Barbara E Moo Publisher:Addison Wesley CONTENTS Professional Pub Date: February 14, 2005 Print ISBN: 0-201-72148-1 Section 91Defining a Sequential Container Pages: 912
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Section tutorial introduction to standard C++ has been completely updated, reorganized, 330 This popular94How a vector Grows and rewritten to help programmers learn the language faster and use it in a more modern, effective wayJust as C++ has evolved since the last Section 95Deciding Which Container to Use 333 edition, so has the authors' approach to teaching it They now introduce the C++ standard library from the beginning, giving Section 96strings Revisited readers the means to write useful programs without first having to master every language detail Highlighting today's best 335 practices, they show how to write programs that are safe, can be built quickly, and yet offer outstanding performance Section 97Container Adaptors 348 Examples that take advantage of the library, and explain the features of C++, also show how to make the best use of the language As in its previous editions, the book's authoritative discussion of fundamental C++ concepts and techniques makes Summary 353 it a valuable resource even for more experienced programmersProgram Faster and More Effectively with This Rewritten Defined Terms Classic Restructured for quicker learning, using the C++ standard library Updated to teach the353 current programming most styles and program design techniques Filled with new learning aids that emphasize important points, warn about common pitfalls, suggest good programming practices, and provide general usage tips Complete with exercises that reinforce skills learned Authoritative and comprehensive in its coverageThe source code for the book's extended examples is types on This chapter completes our discussion of the standard-library sequential container available It the Web at the the material expands on address below from 3, which introduced the most commonly used sequential container, the vector type Elements in a sequential container are stored and accessed by position The library also defines several associative containers, which hold elements whose order depends on a key Associative containers are covered in the next chapter The container classes share a common interface This fact makes the library easier to learn; what we learn about one type applies to another Each container type offers a different set of time and functionality tradeoffs Often a program using one type can be fine-tuned by substituting another container without changing our code beyond the need to change type declarations A container holds a collection of objects of a specified type We've used one kind of container already: the library vector type It is a sequential container It holds a collection of elements of a single type, making it a container Those elements are stored and accessed by position, making it a sequential container The order of elements in a sequential container is independent of the value of the elements Instead, the order is determined by the order in which elements are added to the container The library defines three kinds of sequential containers: vector, list, and deque (short for "double-ended queue" and pronounced "deck") These types differ in how elements are accessed and the relative run-time cost of adding or removing elements The library also provides three container adaptors Effectively, an adaptor adapts an underlying container type by defining a new interface in terms of the operations provided by the original type The sequential container adaptors are stack,queue, and priority_queue Containers define only a small number of operations Many additional operations are provided by the algorithms library, which we'll cover in 11 For those operations that are defined by the containers, the library imposes a common interface The containers vary as to which operations they provide, but if two containers provide the same operation, then the interface (name and number of arguments) will be the same for both container types The set of operations on the container types form a kind of hierarchy:
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