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Here is the test driver and a sample run: template<class T> int search(T [], T, int, int); string names[] = {"Adams", "Black", "Cohen", "Davis", "Evans", "Frost", "Green", "Healy", "Irwin", "Jones", "Kelly", "Lewis"}; int main() { string name; while (cin >> name) { int location = search(names, name, 0, 9); if (location == -1) cout << name << " is not in list.\n"; else cout << name << " is in position " << location << endl; } } Green Green is in position 6 Black Black is in position 1 White White is not in list. Adams Adams is in position 0 Jones Jones is in position 9 Smith Smith is not in list. Like the implementation of the Stack template, this implementation uses an array data of size elements of type T. The location in the array where the next object will be inserted is always given by the value of (front % size), and the location in the array that holds the next object to be removed is always given by the value of (rear % size): template<class T> class Queue { public: Queue(int s = 100) : size(s+1), front(0), rear(0) { data = new T[size]; } ~Queue() { delete [] data; } void insert(const T& x) { data[rear++ % size] = x; } T remove() { return data[front++ % size]; } int isEmpty() const { return front == rear; } int isFull() const { return (rear + 1) % size == front; } private: int size, front, rear; T* data; }; The test driver uses a queue that can hold at most 3 chars: #include "Queue.h" int main() { Queue<char> q(3); q.insert('A'); q.insert('B');
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