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Thergothon

Quick stl map question.

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I'm storing settings and values in a map. At the end of the program I would like to be able to save out the current settings as they may have been changed. I figured it would be easy enough to create an iterator and print out the key and value, but I can't figure out how to get access to the value of the key.

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Elements in std::map are made of of both the key AND the value, using a std::pair to wrap them up. You can access it like this:


typedef std::map<std::string, std::string> settings_map;

void outputSettings(const settings_map& settings)
{
// Start settings file
//...

// Output each setting
for(settings_map::const_iterator it=settings.begin() ; it!=settings.end() ; ++it)
{
const settings_map::key_type& key = it->first;
const settings_map::value_type& value = it->second;
// Output key & value
}

// Finish settings file
//...
}


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it->first and it->second were what i was looking for. thanks guys.

[Edited by - Thergothon on June 26, 2006 9:07:05 AM]

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