Use generic deque to store chars : deque « deque « C++ Tutorial

#include <iostream>
#include <cassert>
#include <deque>
#include <algorithm>  // For find
using namespace std;

int main()
  char x[5] = {'a', 'r', 'e', 'q', 't'};

  deque<char> deque1(&x[0], &x[5]);

  // Search for the first occurrence of the letter e:
  deque<char>::iterator where = find(deque1.begin(), deque1.end(), 'e');

  assert (*where == 'e' );
  cout << "Ok." << endl;
  return 0;

22.1.1.Use generic deque to store integers
22.1.2.deque for char type
22.1.3.Use generic deque to store chars
22.1.4.Use generic deque to store strings
22.1.5.Initialize deque with 26 copies of the letter x
22.1.6.Create another deque that contains a subrange of dq
22.1.7.create a deque
22.1.8.Use std::copy to print out all elements in a deque
22.1.9.deque.push_back( value )
22.1.10.deque.push_front( value )
22.1.11.Create your own stack based on deque
22.1.12.Constructing a Container with Values from the Standard Input
22.1.13.Combine insert and end to add elements to a deque