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== Video Timestamp Index ==
== Video Timestamp Index ==
[https://youtu.be/3J1Pz30IE4Q Tutorial 16]
[https://youtu.be/3J1Pz30IE4Q Tutorial 16]
* <code>std::sort</code> algorithm [https://youtu.be/3J1Pz30IE4Q?t=43s 0:43]
== Homework ==
== Homework ==

Revision as of 19:51, 28 September 2019

In the video we take a look at a couple of bangers from <algorithm>, and we learn what lambda functions are and how to use them.

Topics Covered

  • Algorithms std::sort and std::remove_if
  • Concepts (as in, type concepts like Comparable)
  • <functional> functors as predicates
  • Lambda functions


In the video Chili states that std::remove does not preserve the relative order of elements in the container, but this is fake news! Relative order is preserved: [1]

Video Timestamp Index

Tutorial 16

  • std::sort algorithm 0:43


Solve the problems in Source.cpp attached below using the <algorithm> library and other parts of the standard library as extensively as possible. As a bonus problem, implement the sprite drawing effect shown at the end of the video using a lambda function.

Related Series

For an in-depth look into the <algorithm> library and beyond, check out STD Gems.


Algorithms Library

See also