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Can you clarify what you mean? If you're trying to write your own STL-like containers you'll need to provide iterators. If you want to use STL algorithms on containers of your own objects you'll need to make copying correct (and prefereably cheap) and possibly provide operator< and operator== for your objects, depending on what you're doing (although these can be avoided by always specifiying a different equivalence/equality functor).


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