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C++ programmers tend to write loops using != in preference to < as a matter of habit In this case, there is no particular reason to choose one operator or the other We'll understand the rationale for this habit once we cover generic programming in Part II
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This code intended to insert new 10 elements into ivec, giving the elements the values from 0 through 9 However, ivec is an empty vector and subscripts can only be used to fetch existing elements The right way to write this loop would be
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for (vector<int>::size_type ix = 0; ix != 10; ++ix) ivecpush_back(ix); // ok: adds new element with value ix
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An element must exist in order to subscript it; elements are not added when we assign through a subscript
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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, 34 Introducing Iterators Barbara E Moo Publisher:Addison Wesley While we can use subscripts to access the elements in a vector, the library also gives us Professional another way to examine elements: We can use an iterator An iterator is a type that lets us Pub Date: a container 2005 examine the elements in February 14,and navigate from one element to another Print ISBN: 0-201-72148-1
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The library defines an 912 Pages: iterator type for each of the standard containers, including vector Iterators are |more general than subscripts: All of the library containers define iterator types, Table of Contents Index but only a few of them support subscripting Because iterators are common to all containers, modern C++ programs tend to use iterators rather than subscripts to access container elements, even on types such as vector that support subscripting
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Caution: Only Subscript Elements that Are Known to Exist!
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// empty vector // Error: ivec has no elements!
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