# Demonstrate a deque. : Deque « Data Structure « C++

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Demonstrate a deque.
 ``` #include  #include  #include  using namespace std; int main() {   deque dequeObject1;   char str[] = "Using a deque.";   int i;   for(i = 0; str[i]; i++) {     dequeObject1.push_front(str[i]);     dequeObject1.push_back(str[i]);   }   cout << "Original dequeObject1:\n";   for(i = 0; i  dequeObject2(dequeObject1);    cout << "dequeObject2 original contents:\n";   for(i = 0; i ::iterator p = dequeObject1.begin();   while(p != dequeObject1.end()) {     if(*p == 'a') break;     p++;   }   dequeObject1.insert(p, dequeObject2.begin(), dequeObject2.end());   cout << "dequeObject1 after insertion:\n";   for(i = 0; i
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