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Table 14.3 Operations for All Container Classes
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The STL is an algorithm-oriented library like the numerical libraries that FORTRAN programmers have been using since the 1960s. The 62 generic algorithms in the STL are categorized by the type of iterator they use. There are five types of iterators: Random Access, Bidirectional, Forward, Input, and Output. These are illustrated by the diagram below. It shows that the five iterator categories are nested. For example, every Input iterator is also a Forward iterator, and every Forward iterator is also a Bidirectional iterator. It also shows what kind of operations can be performed on each type of iterator. For example, all iterators can be incremented (++i), but only Bidirectional and Random Access iterators can be decremented (- -i).
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Table 14.4 lists some of the STL s generic algorithms. All seven of the container classes support Bidirectional iterators, so all containers can apply any of the algorithms in columns 2 through 5 of the table. But only vector and deque classes support Random Access iterators, so only instances of these classes can also apply the algorithms in the first column. B Example 14.11 shows how to use an STL map to maintain a personal telephone book. The elegance of the STL is apparent here. The code is self-documenting. The iterator i works like an ordinary integer index. But so do the key strings with the syntax:
m["Jones, Jenny"] = "379-0512"; Sue");
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Table 14.4 Algorithms Categorized by Iterator Type
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This program uses a map to maintain a personal telephone directory. The class template takes three template parameters: the key type, the data type, and the comparison type. Here the person s name is the key and the telephone number is the data, so we use the string class for both the key type and the data type. The class 1 es SC s t r ing> provides for the ordinary lexicographical ordering on the keys:
#include #include #include int main <iostream.h> <map.h> <string.h> (>
typedef map< string, string, less<string> > mapType; mapType m; // the telephone book m["Jones, Jenny"] = "379-0512"; m["Baker, Sue"] = "794-7935"; m["Williams, Bill"] = "289-8085"; m["Thomas, Tom"] = "379-1225"; for (mapType: :iterator i = m.begin(); i != m.end(); i++) tout << (*i).first << ': ' << (*i).second << endl; m.erase("Baker, Sue"); m.insert("Roberts, Bob", "289-0491"); i = m.find("Thomas, Tom"); tout << "Tom\'s number is ' << (*i).second << endl; m.erase(i); for (i = m.begin(); i != m.end(); i++) tout << (*i).first << ": ' << (*i).second << endl;
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After inserting 4 records in our telephone book, we print the book and see that it is maintained in alphabetical order. Then we remove the listing for Sue Baker, insert a listing for Bob Roberts, find the listing for Tom Thomas, remove that listing, and then print the resulting updated book. Note that the find ( ) function returns the location to the iterator i.
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