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EXAMPLE D.5 Using Some More Generic Algorithms on a vector Object
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#include <iostream> #include <vector> using namespace std; typedef vector<int> Vector; typedef Vector::iterator It; void print(const Vector&); int main() { Vector v1(9); for (int i=0; i<9; i++) v1[i] = 111*i + 111; print(v1); Vector v2(9); print(v2); It p1=v1.begin(), p2=v2.begin(); copy(p1+3,p1+8,p2+3); print(v2); It p = min_element(p1+4,p1+8); cout << "*p=" << *p << "\n"; p = max_element(p1+4,p1+8); cout << "*p=" << *p << "\n"; p = find(p1,p1+9,444); if (p != p1+9) cout << "*p=" << *p << "\n"; } void print(const Vector& v) { cout << "size=" << v.size() << ": (" << v[0]; for (int i=1; i<v.size(); i++) cout << "," << v[i]; cout << ")\n"; } size=9: (111,222,333,444,555,666,777,888,999) size=9: (0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0) size=9: (0,0,0,444,555,666,777,888,0) *p=555 *p=888 *p=444
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D.2 THE deque CLASS TEMPLATE A deque (pronounced deck ) object is a double-ended queue, intended to provide efficient insertion and deletion at both its beginning and its end. It has the following two member functions in addition to all the member functions that a vector class has (except the capacity() and reserve() functions). The deque class template is defined in the <deque> header.
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void push_front(const T& x); // inserts a copy of the element x at the front of this deque; // postcondition: front() == x; // postcondition: size() has been incremented; void pop_front(); // removes the first element of this vector; // precondition: size() > 0; // postcondition: size() has been decremented;
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D.3 THE stack CLASS TEMPLATE A stack object is a sequential container that allows insertions and deletions only at one end, called its top. In the standard C++ library, the stack class template is adapted from the deque class template. This means that stack member functions are implemented with deque member functions, as shown below. The stack class template is defined in the <stack> header.
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template <class T> class stack { public: unsigned size() const { return _d.size(); } bool empty() const { return _d.empty(); } T& top() { return _d.back(); } void push(const T& x) { _d.push_back(x); } void pop() { _d.pop_back(); } protected: deque<T> _d; };
D.4 THE queue CLASS TEMPLATE A queue object is a sequential container that allows insertions only at one end and deletions only at the other end. Like the stack class template, the queue class template is adapted from the deque class template in the standard C++ library. This means that queue member functions are implemented with deque member functions, as shown below. The queue class template is defined in the <queue> header.
template <class T> class stack { public: unsigned size() const { return _d.size(); } bool empty() const { return _d.empty(); } T& front() { return _d.front(); } T& back() { return _d.back(); } void push(const T& x) { _d.push_back(x); } void pop() { _d.pop_front(); } protected: deque<T> _d; };
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D.5 THE priority_queue CLASS TEMPLATE A priority_queue object is a container that acts like a queue except that the order in which the elements are popped is determined by their priorities. This means that the operator<() function must be defined for the element type T. The priority_queue class template is defined in the <queue> header. See Example D.6 on page 360.
vector(); // constructs an empty vector; vector(const vector& v); // constructs a copy of the vector v; // postcondition: *this == v;
EXAMPLE D.6 Using a priority_queue Object
#include <iostream> #include <queue> using namespace std; int main() { priority_queue<string> pq; pq.push("Japan"); pq.push("Japan"); pq.push("Korea"); pq.push("China"); pq.push("India"); pq.push("Nepal"); pq.push("Qatar"); pq.push("Yemen"); pq.push("Egypt"); pq.push("Zaire"); pq.push("Libya"); pq.push("Italy"); pq.push("Spain"); pq.push("Chile"); while (!pq.empty()) { cout << pq.top() << "\n"; pq.pop(); } } Zaire Yemen Spain Qatar Nepal Libya Korea Japan Japan Italy India
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India Egypt China Chile The priority queue always maintains its highest priority element at the top (i.e., the front) of the queue. Using the standard lexicographic ordering (i.e., the dictionary ordering) of strings, that results in the names being accessed in reverse alphabetical order. Note that priority_queue objects store duplicate elements.
D.6 THE list CLASS TEMPLATE A list object is a sequential container that allows efficient insertion and deletion at any position in the sequence. It has the following member functions in addition to all the member functions that the deque class has (except the operator[]() and at() functions). The list class template is defined in the <list> header.
void splice(iterator p, list& l, iterator p1); // moves the element from l at position p1 to this list at position p; // precondition: p is a valid iterator on this list; // precondition: p1 is a valid iterator on list l; void splice(iterator p, list& l, iterator p1, iterator p2); // moves the elements from l at positions [p1:p2-1] to this list // beginning at position p; // precondition: p is a valid iterator on this list; // precondition: p1 and p2 are valid iterators on list l; // precondition p1 < p2; void remove(const T& x); // removes from this list all elements that are equal to x; // invariant: the order of all elements that are not removed; // invariant: all iterators pointing to elements that are not removed; void unique(); // removes from this list all duplicate elements; // invariant: the order of all elements that are not removed; // invariant: all iterators pointing to elements that are not removed; void merge(list& l); // merges all elements of list l into this list; // precondition: both list l and this list are sorted; // postcondition: size() in increased by l.size(); // postcondition: l.size() == 0; // complexity: O(n); void reverse(); // reverses the order of the elements of this list; // invariant: size(); // complexity: O(n);
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