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Today’s announcements: MP4 available, EC due 3/4, due 3/11, 11:59p. Exam 1 returned in section this week. Today: Generic programming – fin Stacks
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Iterators: pm ++ * linked list array hypercube
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http://www.sgi.com/tech/stl/ class human { public: private: };
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Generic programming: (more magic) #include <list> #include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; struct animal { string name; string food; bool big; animal(string n="blob", string f="you”, bool b=true):name(n),food(f),big(b) {} }; int main() { animal g("giraffe","leaves"), p("penguin","fish”,false), b("bear"); list<animal> zoo; zoo.push_back(g); zoo.push_back(p); zoo.push_back(b); //STL list insertAtEnd for(list<animal>::iterator it = zoo.begin(); it != zoo.end(); it++) cout << (*it).name << " " << (*it).food << endl; return 0; } template<class Iter, class Formatter> void print(Iter first, Iter second, Formatter printer) { while (!(first==second)) { printer(*first); first++; } }
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Generic programming: (more magic) #include <list> #include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; struct animal { string name; string food; bool big;
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