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std::queue "peek()"

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Is there a way to extract the data items in an STL queue without changing the contents of the queue? I know I could just pop all the elements off the list then push them back on, but I was hoping there would be a better way (i.e. a Peek()-style function). I couldn''t find anything in the documentation, but I may have missed something (I haven''t used STL too much yet). Thanks, Mike

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top() will return a reference to the first element. If you want to access any element but the first, you shouldn''t be using a queue. (If, for some reason, these incompatible requirements are necessary, just use a list to get queue-like behaviour.)

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