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After pushing and popping objects on and off the stacks, the last line calls the i sEmp ty ( ) function for int S tack2. At that instant, the two Stack classes and three Stack obiects look like this:
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Note that there are two instances of the Stack class template: Stackcinb and Stackccharx These are distinct classes, each generated by the compiler. Each class has its own six distinct member functions. For example, the two functions StackAnt>: :pop ( ) and Stackccharx :pop ( ) are different: one returns an int and the other returns a char.
13.4 CONTAINER CLASSES A container is simply an object that contains other objects. Ordinary arrays and stacks are containers. A container class is a class whose instances are containers. The s tack<int> and S tack<char> classes in Example 13.3 are container classes. Class templates are natural mechanisms for generating container classes because the contained objects type can be specified using a template parameter. A container is called homogeneous if all of its objects have the same type; otherwise it is called a heterogeneous container. Stacks, arrays, etc., are homogeneous containers.
A vector is an indexed sequence of objects of the same type. The word is borrowed from mathematics where it originally referred to a three-dimensional point x = (x1, x2, x,). Of course, that is just an array of 3 real numbers. The subscripts on the components are the same as the index values on the array, except that in C++ those values must begin with 0. Since subscripts cannot be written in source code, we use the bracket notation [ 1 instead. So x [ o 1 represents x1, x [ 11 represents x2, and x [ 2 1 represents x3.
CHAP. 131
TEMPLATES AND ITERATORS
EXAMPLE 13.4 A Vector Class Template
templatecclass T> class Vector { public: Vector(unsigned n=8) : sz(n), data(new T[sz]) { } Vector(const VectorcTS v) : sz(v.sz), data(new T[sz]) { copy(v); > -Vector0 { delete [] data; } Vector<T>& operator=(const VectorcTS); T&L operator[] (unsigned i) const { return data[i]; } unsigned size0 { return sz; } protected: T* data; unsigned sz; void copy(const VectorcTS); \ > ; template<class T> Vector<T>& Vector<T>: s z = v.sz; data = new T[sz];
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Note that each implementationof a member function must be preceded by the same template designator that precedes the class declaration: t emp 1 a t ec c 1 as s T > . This template would allow the following code:
Vector<short> v; v[5] = 127; Vector<short> w = v, x(3); tout << w.size(); Here v and w are both Vector objects with 8 elements of type short, and x is a Vector object with 3 elements of type short. The class and its three objects can be visualized from the diagram shown
below. It shows the situation at the moment when the member function w . size ( > is executing. The class Vet tar< short > has been instantiated from the template, and three objects v, w, and x have been instantiated from the class. Note that the copy ( ) function is a private utility function, so it cannot be invoked by any of the class instances. Note that the expression v [ 5 ] is used on the left side of an assignment, even though this expression is a function call. This is possible because the subscript operator returns a reference to a vet t orcT>, making it an balm.
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