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14.4.1.Function with vector as the parameter
 ```#include  using std::cout; using std::endl; #include  using std::vector; template < typename T > void printVector( const vector< T > &integers2 ); int main() {    int array[ 6 ] = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 }; // initialize array    vector< int > integers; // create vector of ints    integers.push_back( 2 );    integers.push_back( 3 );    integers.push_back( 4 );    printVector( integers );    cout << endl;    return 0; } template < typename T > void printVector( const vector< T > &integers2 ){    typename vector< T >::const_iterator constIterator;    for ( constIterator = integers2.begin();       constIterator != integers2.end(); ++constIterator )       cout << *constIterator << ' '; }```
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 14.4.container as parameter 14.4.1. Function with vector as the parameter 14.4.2. Use list as the function parameter 14.4.3. Function with stack as parameter 14.4.4. Using template functions to output array of different types