The C++ Standard Template Library

The C Standard Template Library With the ANSI ISO C Standard Template Library STL C developers have a powerful toolset for maximizing productivity software quality and performance at the same time STL provides both comprehensive

  • Title: The C++ Standard Template Library
  • Author: P.J. Plauger
  • ISBN: 9780134376332
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the ANSI ISO C Standard Template Library STL , C developers have a powerful toolset for maximizing productivity, software quality, and performance at the same time STL provides both comprehensive sets of container classes and fundamental algorithms to go with them a large, systematic, and efficient framework for C development Now, in this long awaited book, tWith the ANSI ISO C Standard Template Library STL , C developers have a powerful toolset for maximizing productivity, software quality, and performance at the same time STL provides both comprehensive sets of container classes and fundamental algorithms to go with them a large, systematic, and efficient framework for C development Now, in this long awaited book, the creators of the C Standard Template Library explain it authoritatively and in depth Each chapter of The C Standard Template Library covers one STL component, including Detailed background about the component and its uses A thorough review of the relevant ANSI ISO C standard Practical techniques for using and implementing the component Extensive sample code Hands on exercises Appendices present lists of reserved names, a detailed glossary of terms and references, and how STL interfaces with the rest of the Standard C library Fully reflective of the final ANSI ISO STL standard, The C Standard Template Library is the last word on all aspects of STL development for every experienced C programmer.

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    1. There are still a few gems about the STL buried in this text. For instance, the chapter on sets, multisets, maps and multimaps has a short discussion about when to instead use a sorted std::vector/std::deque and std::binary_search. Additionally, as mentioned several times, many algorithms that people say find an element in a container that is "equal" to some value in fact only find an element that is "equivalent" according to the comparison operator (eg operator<). This can be important and, [...]

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