I have the following code which removes duplicates from an array:

#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
#include <vector>
#include <iterator>

using namespace std;

char main()
{
   char myarray[10] = {'a', 'b', 'b', 'b', 'b', 'c'};
   int myarraylength = 5;
   string holdprogram;

   vector< char > myvector(myarray, myarray + (myarraylength + 1));

   ostream_iterator< char > output(cout, " ");

   copy(myvector.begin(), myvector.end(), output);

   vector< char >::iterator endpoint;
   endpoint = unique(myvector.begin(), myvector.end());

   cout << endl;
   copy(myvector.begin(), endpoint, output);

   cin >> holdprogram;
}

What I'm looking to find out is what is the new size of the array once the duplicates are removed?

Subtract myvector.begin() from endpoint and you'll know the size of the vector after calling unique.

>> char main()
Interesting... Guess it's not as bad as void...

>> char main()
>Interesting... Guess it's not as bad as void...
No, it's just as bad.

The following code:
myarraylength = (myvector.begin() - endpoint);

Gives a value of -3 instead of 3. Why is that?

should be the other way around.

should be the other way around.

Awesome, thank you.