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Use mem_fun_ref to pass in a user-defined member function
  
#include <algorithm>
#include <functional>
#include <iomanip>
#include <iostream>
#include <list>
#include <string>
#include <vector>

using namespace std;

class PC
{
   public:
   enum part keyboard, mouse, monitor };

   PCpart a_part = PC::keyboard, int id = );
   bool operator<const PC& rhs const;

   void print() const;

   private:
   part part_;
   int id_;
};

inline
PC::PCpart a_part, int id : part_a_part ), id_id ){}

inline bool PC::operator<const PC& rhs const{  
   return id_ < rhs.id_; 
}

void PC::print() const {
   string component;
   ifpart_ == keyboard )
      component = "keyboard";
   else ifpart_ == mouse )
      component = "mouse";
   else
      component = "monitor";

   cout << "ID: " << setw<< left << id_ << " PC: " << component << endl;
}

int main( )
{
   list<PC> listA;
   listA.push_backPCPC::keyboard, ) );
   listA.push_backPCPC::mouse, ) );
   listA.push_backPCPC::monitor, ) );
   listA.push_backPCPC::keyboard, ) );
   listA.push_backPCPC::monitor, ) );

   for_eachlistA.begin(), listA.end(),mem_fun_ref&PC::print ) );
}
  
    
  
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