Hey everyone,

I'm a third year engineering student and a new programmer who needs to learn some C++ for a job this summer. My boss advised me to look into utilizing a hash table to get my project done.

Hash tables aren't covered in the textbook I have. I've done some google searching and found a few decent sites, but I figured it would be a good idea to check here as well.

No lengthy posts are requested, but if you know of a good website or a few commands or libraries that would be worth looking into, it would be greatly appreciated. I've already been advised to look into std::tr1::unordered_set and std::tr1::unordered_map.


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If you just want to use hash tables then the TR1 libraries are sufficient (assuming you have them). If you want to learn how hash tables work, then a good start would be this tutorial.

This is perfect, thanks!

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