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PFI2S compare = lexicoCompare ) // stopping condition for recursion if ( s1 < s2 ) { string elem = *s1; string *low = s1; string *high = s2 + 1; for (;;) { while ( compare( *++low, elem ) < 0 && low < s2) ; while ( compare( elem, *--high ) < 0 && high > s1) ; if ( low < high ) low->swap(*high); else break; // end, for(;;)
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#include <iostream> #include <string> // normally, these would be in a header file int lexicoCompare( const string &, const string & ); int sizeCompare( const string &, const string & ); typedef int (*PFI)( const string &, const string & ); void sort( string *, string *, PFI=lexicoCompare ); string as[10] = { "a", "light", "drizzle", "was", "falling",
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"when", "they", "left", "the", "museum" }; int main() { // call sort() which uses the default argument for compare sort( as, as + sizeof(as)/sizeof(as[0]) - 1 ); // display the result of the sorted array for ( int i = 0; i < sizeof(as)/sizeof(as[0]); ++i ) cout as[ i ]c_str() "\n\t"; }
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