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Unformatted text preview: __________________ b) Implement the f n _ ffunction. f n _ ftakes two iterators, f r tand l s , and a idi idi is at predicate p e , and returns an iterator to the first object in the range [ i s , l s )such rd frt at that the dereference of the iterator satisfies the predicate (e.g., p e ( i ) = r e. If no rd*t =tu) such element exists, f n _ freturns l s . Note that f r tis included in the range, whereas idi at is l s is not. at Assume an object of type I e a o behaves similar to the iterator from the L s class trtr it described in lecture, such that it can be moved forward by using the prefix increment operator (for example, + i. +) / EURS is sbfr at /RQIE:frti eoels / OIIS ohn frtadls r asdb au) /MDFE:Ntig(is n ataepse yvle / FET:Rtrsa trtrt h is lmn nterne /EFCS eun nieao otefrteeeti h ag / [is,ls)stsyn rd tews eun at / frt at aifigpe,ohriertrsls. tmlt tpnm trtr yeaePeiae epae<yeaeIeao,tpnm rdct> Ieao idi(trtrfrt trtrfn_fIeao is, trtrls,cntPeiae&rd Ieao at os rdct pe){ } EECS 280 Fall 2013 14/25 uniqname: _________________________ c)...
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/10/2014 for the course EECS 280 taught by Professor Noble during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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