Example of using Vectors and Iterators STL

Example of using vectors and iterators STL.

NOTIFICATION: These examples are provided for educational purposes. Using this code is under your own responsibility and risk. The code is given ‘as is’. I do not take responsibilities of how they are used.

CardHolder.cc:

#ifndef CARDSHOLDER_CC
#define CARDSHOLDER_CC

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

template <typename T, int N> 

class CardsHolder {

	private:

	public:

	insert(N value);

	CardsHolder(void);

	~CardsHolder(void);
};

CardsHolder::CardsHolder(void){
	cout << endl << '[CARDHOLDER]' << endl;
}

CardsHolder::~CardsHolder(void){
	cout << endl << '[~CARDHOLDER]' << endl;
}

#endif

CardHolder.h:

#ifndef CARDSHOLDER
#define CARDSHOLDER

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

class CardsHolder {

	private:

	public:

	CardsHolder(void);

	insert(int value);

	~CardsHolder(void);
};

CardsHolder::CardsHolder(void){
	cout << endl << '[CARDHOLDER]' << endl;
}

CardsHolder::insert(int value){
}

CardsHolder::~CardsHolder(void){
	cout << endl << '[~CARDHOLDER]' << endl;
}

#endif

mainDriver.cpp:

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include <algorithm>
#include <time.h>

using namespace std;

template <typename T>
void display(const T& c);

template <typename Iterator, typename T>
void display(Iterator first, Iterator last, const T& c); 

/**
 * The purpose of this step is to isolate any problems with 
 * simply including and using the appropriate parts of the STL.
 * Write a program that creates a single instance of 
 * the container you selected, one that holds integers.
 */
int main(int argc, char* argv[]){

	// Your program should contain a single line... 
	// one that instantiates the templated container for integers.
	// ie: vector<int> my_vect
	vector<int> cards_vector;

	// Insert integers 1-52 into your container.
	for (int i = 1; i < 53; i++)
		cards_vector.push_back(i);

	// Print them (using display() - note that this does not use iterators. 
	// Write one using iterators instead if you want to!)
	display(cards_vector);

	cout << endl << '-----------------------------------------------'<< endl;

	// Shuffle the integers (using random_shuffle()).
	srand(time(NULL));
	random_shuffle(cards_vector.begin(), cards_vector.end());	

	// Display them again, confirming that they are shuffled.
	display(cards_vector);

	// In a loop that is terminated by the STL container 
	// becoming empty ( not because you've done it 52 times), 
	// extract the integers from the front of the container, 
	// printing them out one at a time.

	return 0;
}

/**
 * Function template to display elements of any type 
 * (for which the output operator is defined) stored in 
 * a container c (for which [] and size() are defined). 
 *
 * Precondition:  Container is a type parameter. 
 *
 * Postcondition: Values stored in c are output to out.    
 */
template <typename T>
void display(const T& c){

 for (unsigned int i = 0; i < c.size(); i++)    
    cout << c[i] << '  ';   

 cout << endl; 

}

template <typename Iterator, typename T>
void display(Iterator first, Iterator last, const T& c) {
	while (first != last){
    	 cout << c[first] << ' ';
    	 ++first;
    }
}

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NOTIFICATION: These examples are provided for educational purposes. Using this code is under your own responsibility and risk. I do not take responsibilities of how they are used.

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