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Hey everyone,

I'm starting a new job on Monday, and I asked if there were any topics I should re-familiarize myself with. Along with the typical data structures, they also mentioned STL. I'm not sure that we ever used STL during my college work (like most classes I assume, we were required to write our own ques, lists, vectors, etc.). Does anyone have a suggested resource to use to become more familiar with this library? I've found a few things on Google, but was wondering if someone with more experience in STL could point me towards something.

Thanks!

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This probably showed up near the top on Google, but there is a lot of info in the reference section of cplusplus.com

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Awesome - don't know of any online problem sets do you? I'd like to program something before next week just to get used to working with data structures frequently again.

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