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Vector Utility
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Demonstrate inner_product() in vector
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Demonstrate partial_sum() in vector
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set_union, set_difference, set_symmetric_difference, set_intersection
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Use a unary function object to determine even/odd.
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Demonstrate count_if and not1 in vector
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Another way to sort a sequence into descending order.
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Use a function adaptor in vector
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Demonstrate insert_iterator in a vector
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Insert one vector into another using an insert iterator
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Demonstrate back_insert_iterator in vector
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Demonstrate front_insert_iterator in vector
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Find minimum and maximum inside a vector
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Use for_each() in vector
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Use the logical_not unary function object in vector
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Sorting a vector into descending order in vector
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Using copy() in Vector
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Using swap_ranges() in Vector
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Exchange elements from two different types of containers.
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Demonstrate find() and find_if() in vector
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Demonstrate search() in vector
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Demonstrate mismatch() in vector
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Demonstrating sort() in vector
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Demonstrating partial_sort() in vector
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Demonstrate binary_search() in vector
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Demonstrate lower_bound() in vector
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Demonstrating remove() and replace() in vector
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Demonstrating unique() in vector
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Transforming a sequence in vector
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Generating a sequence in vector
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Rotate a sequence in vector
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Rightrotate a sequence in vector
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Demonstrate random_shuffle() in vector
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Merge two sequences
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A vector may allocate more memory than it currently needs.
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