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/**
* @file erase_if_example.cpp
* A basic example showing how to use erase_if.
*/
/**
* The following example shows how to use a conditional-erase
* method of associative containers to erase some of their entries.
*/
#include
#include
#include
using namespace std;
using namespace __gnu_pbds;
// The following functor takes a map's value-type object and returns
// whether its key is between two numbers.
struct between : public unary_function, bool>
{
// Constructor taking two numbers determining a range.
between(int b, int e) : m_b(b), m_e(e)
{ assert(m_b < m_e); }
// Operator determining whether a value-type object's key is within
// the range.
inline bool
operator()(const pair& r_val)
{ return r_val.first >= m_b&& r_val.first < m_e; }
private:
const int m_b;
const int m_e;
};
/**
* The following function performs a sequence of operations on an
* associative container object mapping integers to characters. Specifically
* it inserts 100 values and then uses a conditional-erase method to erase
* the values whose key is between 10 and 90.
*/
template
void
some_op_sequence(Cntnr r_c)
{
assert(r_c.empty());
assert(r_c.size() == 0);
for (int i = 0; i < 100; ++i)
r_c.insert(make_pair(i, static_cast(i)));
assert(r_c.size() == 100);
// Erase all values whose key is between 10 (inclusive) and 90
// (non-inclusive).
r_c.erase_if(between(10 , 90));
assert(!r_c.empty());
assert(r_c.size() == 20);
}
int main()
{
// Perform operations on a list-update set.
some_op_sequence(list_update());
// Perform operations on a collision-chaining hash set.
some_op_sequence(cc_hash_table());
// Perform operations on a general-probing hash set.
some_op_sequence(gp_hash_table());
// Perform operations on a red-black tree set.
some_op_sequence(tree());
// Perform operations on a splay tree set.
some_op_sequence(tree<
int,
char,
less,
splay_tree_tag>());
// Perform operations on a splay tree set.
some_op_sequence(tree<
int,
char,
less,
ov_tree_tag>());
return 0;
}