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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 16, 1999

The Organization of STL Header Files: Container Classes

STL is divided into two major categories: containers and algorithms. Additional components are iterators, function objects, numeric facilities, allocators, and miscellaneous utilities. STL containers are defined in eight different header files:

 
<vector>
<list>
<deque>
<queue>
<stack>
<map>     
<set>
<bitset>

The associative containers multimap and multiset are defined in the headers <map> and <set>, respectively. Similarly, priority_queue and deque are defined in <queue>. (On some pre-standardized implementations, the container adaptors stack, queue, and priority_queue are in <stack.h>).

Danny Kalev
 
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