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C++ Standard Library Quick Reference by Marc Gregoire, Peter Van Weert

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© Peter Van Weert and Marc Gregoire 2016
Peter Van Weert and Marc GregoireC++ Standard Library Quick Reference10.1007/978-1-4842-1876-1_4

4. Algorithms

Peter Van Weert and Marc Gregoire2
(1)
Kessel-Lo, Belgium
(2)
Meldert, Belgium
 
The previous chapter discusses the containers provided by the Standard Library to store data. Orthogonally to these, the library offers numerous algorithms to process this or other data. Algorithms are independent of containers: they do their work solely based on iterators and can therefore be executed on any range of elements as long as suitable iterators are provided.
This chapter starts with a brief definition of input/output iterators, followed by a detailed overview of all available algorithms organized by functionality. ...

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