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R. LischnerExploring C++20https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5961-0_45

45. Useful Algorithms

Ray Lischner1 
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Ellicott City, MD, USA
 

The standard library includes a suite of functions, which the library calls algorithms, to simplify many programming tasks that involve repeated application of operations over data ranges. The data can be a container of objects, a portion of a container, values read from an input stream, or any other sequence of objects that you can express with iterators. I’ve introduced a few algorithms when appropriate. This Exploration takes a closer look at a number of the most useful algorithms.

All of the algorithms in this Exploration are defined in the <algorithm> module.

Ranges and Iterators

Most of the algorithms ...

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