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Hello I have a little question about vectors: if I do MYVEC.push_back(x); can I assume that *MYVEC.end() == x? is a pushed_back item put at the vector.end()?

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NO! end() points after the last element. MYVEC.back() == x, though.

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NO! end() points after the last element. MYVEC.back() == x, though.


* 2...

Seriously, I'm not joking, when you multiply that by 2 you get NO!NO!.

Anyways, YOURVEC.end() is 1 past the end, not the back. '.back()' as sneftel said, would work.

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Original post by Trillian
Hello

I have a little question about vectors:
if I do
MYVEC.push_back(x); <

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Original post by Trillian
Hello

I have a little question about vectors:
if I do
MYVEC.push_back(x); <

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WTF?

WHATS HAPPENNING TO MY STUPID POSTS!!!!!!!

I MEANT, WHY ARE YOU USING A NON POINTER AND LATER A POINTER?

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He was dereferencing the iterator returned by end().

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He was dereferencing the iterator returned by end().


Ohh.... Gotcha. That's when '(' and ')' kick in lol:

//pointer
(*pVec).end();

//dereferencing
*(Vec.end());

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