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Laziness is relative

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SiCrane

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Today I didn't feel like heavy brain work, so I just dumped a bunch of helper functions into the code library. These helpers were container based versions of many of the algorithm members. Along with a few extras like remove_erase() and remove_if_erase().

The only halfway interesting design choices involved are the order of template arguments and the fact that many of the algorithms return a reference to the container, which allows for chaining the calls. e.g.: sort(remove_erase(some_vector, 6)). I'm not sure if this kind of code is useful as anything other than a code obfuscator, but I might think of a reasonable use for it later.
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