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int main() { int a[] = {66,88,44,77,33,55,11,99,22}; print(a,9); make_heap(a,a+9); print(a,9); sort_heap(a,a+9); print(a,9); } n=9: {66,88,44,77,33,55,11,99,22} n=9: {99,88,55,77,33,44,11,66,22} n=9: {11,22,33,44,55,66,77,88,99}
swap(x,y); // swaps the two elements x and y;
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EXAMPLE E.62 Testing the swap() Algorithm
int main() { char* p="ABCDEFGHIJ"; cout << p << '\n'; swap(p[2],p[8]); cout << p << '\n'; } ABCDEFGHIJ ABIDEFGHCJ
transform(p,q,pp,f); // applies the function f(x) to each x in [p,q[ and copies the result // into [pp,pp+n[, where n = q-p; // invariant: [p,q[ remains unchanged;
EXAMPLE E.63 Testing the transform() Algorithm
char capital(char); int main() { char* s="All is flux, nothing is stationary."; int len = strlen(s); char buffer[80]; char* ss = transform(s,s+len,buffer,capital); *ss = 0; // truncate buffer cout << s << '\n'; cout << buffer << '\n'; } char capital(char c) { return (isalpha(c) toupper(c) : c); } All is flux, nothing is stationary. ALL IS FLUX, NOTHING IS STATIONARY.
// Heraclitus
unique(p,q); // removes all adjacent duplicates in [p,q[ shifting their suffixes left; // returns the position that follows the last shifted element;
EXAMPLE E.64 Testing the unique() Algorithm
int main() { char* s="All is flux, nothing is stationary."; int len = strlen(s); cout << s << '\n'; sort(s,s+len); cout << s << '\n'; char* ss = unique(s,s+len); cout << s << '\n'; *ss = 0; // truncate buffer
// Heraclitus
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unique_copy(p,q,pp); // copies the nonduplicate elements of [p,q[ into [pp,pp+n[, // where n is the number of unique elements in [p,q[;; // returns pp+n; // invariant: [p,q[ is left unchanged;
EXAMPLE E.65 Testing the unique_copy() Algorithm
int main() { char* s="All is flux, nothing is stationary."; int len = strlen(s); cout << s << '\n'; sort(s,s+len); cout << s << '\n'; char buffer[80]; char* ss = unique_copy(s,s+len,buffer); *ss = 0; // truncate buffer for printing cout << s << '\n'; cout << buffer << '\n'; } All is flux, nothing is stationary. ,.Aaafghiiiilllnnnoorssstttuxy ,.Aaafghiiiilllnnnoorssstttuxy ,.Aafghilnorstuxy
// Heraclitus
upper_bound(p,q,x); // returns the position that immediately follows the last occurrence // of x in [pp,qq[; // precondition: [p,q[ must be sorted; // invariant: [p,q[ is left unchanged;
EXAMPLE E.66 Testing the upper_bound() Algorithm
int main() { int a[] = {11,22,22,33,44,44,44,55,66}; int* p = upper_bound(a,a+9,44); cout << "*p=" << *p << '\n'; cout << "p-a=" << p-a << '\n'; } *p=55 p-a=7
Appendix F
The Standard C Library
This appendix describes the pre-defined functions provided in the Standard C Library. Each entry lists the function name, its prototype, a brief description of what it does, and the header file where it is declared.
Function
abort() abs() acos() asin() atan() atof() atoi() atol() bad() bsearch()
Prototype and Description
void abort(); Aborts the program. int abs(int n); Returns the absolute value of n. double acos(double x); Returns the inverse cosine (arccosine) of x. double asin(double x); Returns the inverse sine (arcsine) of x. double atan(double x); Returns the inverse tangent (arctangent) of x. double atof(const char* s); Returns the number represented literally in the string s. int atoi(const char* s); Returns the integer represented literally in the string s. long atol(const char* s); Returns the integer represented literally in the string s. int ios::bad(); Returns nonzero if badbit is set; returns 0 otherwise. void* bsearch(const void* x, void* a, size_t n, size_t s, int (*cmp)(const void, *const void*)); Implements the Binary Search Algorithm to search for x in the sorted array a of n elements each of size s using the function *cmp to compare any two such elements. If found, a pointer to the element is returned; otherwise, the NULL pointer is returned. double ceil(double x); Returns x rounded up to the next whole number. void ios::clear(int n=0); Changes stream state to n. void clearerr(FILE* p); Clears the end-of-file and error flags for the file *p. void fstreambase::close(); Closes the file attached to the owner object.
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