I'd like to remove certain items from a container. The problem is, I don't know what kind of container it is. Most STL-algorithms famously don't care about container: e.g., find_if, copy_if, etc. all work more or less with any container type.
C++ provides implicit conversion from T * to const T *.If I use T * within a container class now, like in vector<T *>, then there is of course no implicit conversion to vector<const T *> anymore.
If we have a container with non-copyable value type, such a container class still defines the copy constructor, just it may not be invoked.
Is the behavior for passing an empty container to std::lower_bound defined?I checked cppreference.com and an old version of the C++ standard that I found online, but couldn't find a definite answer.
In the mathematical sense, a set (or type) is closed under an operation if the operation always returns a member of the set itself.
I want to initialize a container with pointers to objects. I currently have a loop like this:Which C++ operation (i.e. similar to std::transform) is the right to replace this loop and initialize a container with n newly created objects?
I've been banging my head against this wall on and off for a while. There is a ton of information on Kubernetes on the web, but it's all assuming so much knowledge that n00bs like me don't really have much to go on.