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Table Of Contents

2.1 Classes
2.2 Function objects
2.3 Templates
2.3.1 Function templates
2.3.2 Class templates
2.3.3 Template member functions
2.3.4 Template specialization
3 A STL overview
3.1 STL availability and information
3.1.1 FTP-Sites
3.1.2 URLs
3.2 What does STL consist of?
3.3 Compiling STL programs
3.3.1 Borland C++ 4.0 DOS-programs
3.3.2 Borland C++ 4.0 WINDOWS-programs
3.3.3 Borland C++ 4.5 DOS- and WINDOWS-programs
4 Learning STL
4.1 Containers
4.1.2 Exercises
4.2 Iterators
4.2.1 Input Iterators and Output Iterators
4.2.2 Forward Iterators
4.2.3 Bidirectional Iterators
4.2.4 Random Access Iterators
4.2.5 Exercises
4.3 Algorithms and Function Objects
4.3.1 How to create a generic algorithm
4.3.2 The STL algorithms
4.3.3 Exercises
4.4 Adaptors
4.4.1 Container Adaptors
4.4.2 Iterator Adaptors
4.4.3 Function Adaptors
4.5 Allocators and memory handling
5 The remaining STL components
5.1 How components work together
5.2 Vector
5.3 List
5.4 Deque
5.5 Iterator Tags
5.6 Associative Containers
6 Copyright
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the standard template library tutorial

the standard template library tutorial

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