… 2 Number into a std::vector<double> and… again from the sorted vector. Is it possible to… wich is Number2 ? [code] std::vector<double> Numbers; double….push_back(Number2 ); //Sort the vector std::sort(Numbers.begin(), Numbers.end… Discussion Thread by Jennifer84 in Software Development
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9 Years Ago
…happening when I sort this vector. I put some number …into the vector like below. After the … -1 -2 -3 [code] std::vector<int> Numbers; int…(Number6); std::sort(Numbers.rbegin(), Numbers.rend()); //Sort the Vector [/code] Discussion Thread by Jennifer84 in Software Development
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…I then put to a std::vector<string> and …when I sort this vector, the output will look like…/05/2003"; [code] std::vector<string> Numbers; string…); std::sort(Numbers.rbegin(), Numbers.rend()); //Sort the Vectorstd::vector<… Reply by Jennifer84
9 Years Ago
Hello, Can anybody explain why I got an awful error message when try following code: [code=cplusplus] #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<const int> v; return 0; } [/code] Thanks in advance, brain. Discussion Thread by brain in Software Development
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…want to keep the vector from constant integers. … instantiated from ‘std::vector<const int, std::allocator<const…instantiated from ‘std::vector<_Tp, _Alloc>::vector(const _Alloc&…amp;) [with _Tp = const int, _Alloc = std Reply by brain
9 Years Ago
Hello, Can anybody explain why I got an awful error message when try following code: [code=cplusplus] #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<const int> v; return 0; } [/code] Thanks in advance, brain. Discussion Thread by brain in Software Development
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… #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<const int&…iostream> void f(std::vector<int>::const_iterator&… std::endl; } int main() { std::vector<int> v; for (std::vector&… Reply by brain
9 Years Ago
Hello, Can anybody explain why I got an awful error message when try following code: [code=cplusplus] #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<const int> v; return 0; } [/code] Thanks in advance, brain. Discussion Thread by brain in Software Development
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…CODE]#include <vector> void f( std::vector<int>::…lt; std::endl; } int main() { std::vector<int> v; std::vector<…std::endl; } #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<int> v; std::vector Reply by vijayan121
9 Years Ago
Hello, Can anybody explain why I got an awful error message when try following code: [code=cplusplus] #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<const int> v; return 0; } [/code] Thanks in advance, brain. Discussion Thread by brain in Software Development
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…CODE]#include <vector> void f( std::vector<int>::…lt; std::endl; } int main() { std::vector<int> v; std::vector<…std::endl; } #include <vector> int main() { std::vector<int> v; std::vector Reply by brain
9 Years Ago
…;iostream> using std::cout; #include <vector> using std::vector; #include <…;string> using std::string; #include… <utility> using std::pair; vector<string>& descend… Discussion Thread by Dave Sinkula in Software Development
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8 Years Ago
… that when I call std::vector<object>::push_back…this the behaviour of std::vectors or is something …iostream> #include <vector> class Manager; class …<< std::endl; } }; class Manager { private: std::vector<Entity>… Discussion Thread by jakesee in Software Development
7 Years Ago
…the contents of an STL vector into a memory buffer provided… might think that given: [CODE]std::vector<ObjectType> source; // … do the following: [CODE]std::copy(source.begin(), source.end…of the items from the vector into the memory buffer. This… Discussion Thread by tron_thomas in Software Development
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7 Years Ago
…to pass a bidimensional vector to the constructor …std::vector < std::vector< int > > ref_to_main_vector; MyClass::MyClass( std::vector < std::vector… ... } /////////// int main( ){ std::vector < std::vector< int > > … Discussion Thread by FumarMata in Software Development
6 Years Ago
…to pass a bidimensional vector to the constructor …std::vector < std::vector< int > > ref_to_main_vector; MyClass::MyClass( std::vector < std::vector… ... } /////////// int main( ){ std::vector < std::vector< int > > … Discussion Thread by FumarMata in Software Development
… was reluctant to make the vector a static member of the…: [CODE] // Definition of MyClass static std::vector < std::vector< int > >… Reply by FumarMata
6 Years Ago
…that of [icode]std::vector[/icode] for the …: [code] std::vector v(10,1); std::cout <&…)[n_]; } else throw std::exception(); } const_reference at(…and the [icode]std::vector[/icode] version have … Discussion Thread by ravenous in Software Development
6 Years Ago
…that of [icode]std::vector[/icode] for the …: [code] std::vector v(10,1); std::cout <&…)[n_]; } else throw std::exception(); } const_reference at(…and the [icode]std::vector[/icode] version have … Discussion Thread by ravenous in Software Development
…:[/QUOTE] But what about [icode]std::vector[/icode]? It does [I]have… Reply by ravenous
6 Years Ago
…that of [icode]std::vector[/icode] for the …: [code] std::vector v(10,1); std::cout <&…)[n_]; } else throw std::exception(); } const_reference at(…and the [icode]std::vector[/icode] version have … Discussion Thread by ravenous in Software Development
[QUOTE]But what about std::vector ?[/QUOTE] What about it? If …you used vector instead of Array in your… ask the question as if vector does something different. [QUOTE]Is… Reply by Narue
6 Years Ago
std; class Media { private: // media name string name; // the density vector vector…convert from 'const std::vector<_Ty>' to 'std::vector<_Ty>…; &' [/CODE] I have not declare the vector Discussion Thread by ztdep in Software Development
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6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
…, which would relocate the std::vector member along with it. …not a problem about the std::vector object somehow relocating itself, … = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); //… Reply by mike_2000_17
6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
…, which would relocate the std::vector member along with it.…not a problem about the std::vector object somehow relocating itself,… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); … Reply by harryhaaren
6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
…;Could a resizing of the std::vector cause the whole AudioBuffer object… Reply by mike_2000_17
6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
…;Could a resizing of the std::vector cause the whole AudioBuffer object… Reply by harryhaaren
6 Years Ago
…m currently using a [ICODE]std::vector<float>[/ICODE], as… = resourceHolder->getAudioBufferPointer(); std::vector<float>* vector = audioBuffer->getVectorPointer(); // blah…want to detect when an std::vector<> gets reallocated in… Discussion Thread by harryhaaren in Software Development
… to synchronize access to the vector across multiple threads.[/QUOTE] Indeed… question "how to detect std::vector<>'s being relocated… Reply by harryhaaren
6 Years Ago
…class SymbolNode { protected: char myChar; std::vector<SymbolNode*> children; bool…cachedTokenString; void ensureChacheIsLoaded(); void loadChache(); std::vector<Token> nextVector(); public… Discussion Thread by sciwizeh in Software Development
4 Years Ago
… explicitly destroy std vector? Here is how it is created. std::vector<std::wstring…> vData = StringSplit(sData,L',');// StringSplit returns a vector Discussion Thread by Suzie999 in Software Development
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…items stored by the vector and release the … trick: vData.swap(std::vector<std::wstring>()); You …could also copy assign an empty vector…swap trick: vData = std::vector<std::wstring>(); And invariably … Reply by deceptikon
4 Years Ago
… for MyForm /// </summary> std::vector<int> resudibus(1… LNK2005: "class std::vector<int,class std::allocator<int>…; (?resudibus@Project1@@3V?$vector@HV?$allocator@H@std@@@std@@A) already defined in… Discussion Thread by Martje in Software Development
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4 Years Ago
… some of this by using vector, or some other container, but… Discussion Thread by Thomas_36 in Programming
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… int dirsize = 1000000000; std::string * files = new (std::nothrow) std::string[dirsize]; if… (files == nullptr) std::cout <… Reply by Coller
1 Month Ago
…string, which is just a vector containing random capital letters. …{ if (name2[i] == name[i]) { std::cout << "Correct…"; finish = 0; } else{ std::cout << "wrong… Discussion Thread by luke_8 in Software Development
1 Week Ago
…string, which is just a vector containing random capital letters. …{ if (name2[i] == name[i]) { std::cout << "Correct…"; finish = 0; } else{ std::cout << "wrong… Discussion Thread by luke_8 in Software Development
… that you mentioned using a vector of characters, but your code…;; return false; } std::string takeInString( const std::string& msg ) { std::cout <… Reply by David W
1 Week Ago
…string, which is just a vector containing random capital letters. …{ if (name2[i] == name[i]) { std::cout << "Correct…"; finish = 0; } else{ std::cout << "wrong… Discussion Thread by luke_8 in Software Development
Hi David, thanks for the reply. My main program involves actual vectors, I just tried making a smaller program that would actually do a comparison between user input and something else. Could you explain why you use `unsigned` type in several places? So… Reply by luke_8
1 Week Ago
…string, which is just a vector containing random capital letters. …{ if (name2[i] == name[i]) { std::cout << "Correct…"; finish = 0; } else{ std::cout << "wrong… Discussion Thread by luke_8 in Software Development
… each input string to a vector of type char ... then your… Reply by David W
1 Week Ago
…string, which is just a vector containing random capital letters. …{ if (name2[i] == name[i]) { std::cout << "Correct…"; finish = 0; } else{ std::cout << "wrong… Discussion Thread by luke_8 in Software Development
… <iostream> #include <vector> #include <cstdlib>…;cctype> // re. tolower // typedef std::vector< char > MyString; // define… MyString as a vector of type char elements // // definition… Reply by David W
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