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|--Professor Ron McCallum|
Learn what you should be doing, and do it.
The previous chapter covered the essentials of the STL, including the core concepts of containers, iterators, algorithms, function objects, allocators, and adaptors. Unfortunately, extending STL shows that some of these concepts are either too prescriptive or too coarse grained. In this chapter, we’ll examine these concepts with respect to the material covered in this volume about collections and iterator adaptors
Although the standard library incorporates much from the ...