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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Nov 15, 2002

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Initialize STL Containers with Predefined Values


This task is quite common task. However, explicit insertion of values can be unacceptable in many cases—like if you need to insert a lot of values.

I've found that it's quite handy to use arrays for this task:
 
pair<string, int> arr[] =
{
   pair<string, int>("640x480", 0),
   pair<string, int>("800x600", 1),
   pair<string, int>("1024x800", 2),
   pair<string, int>("1280x1024", 3)
};

map<string, int> msi(arr, arr + sizeof(arr)/sizeof(arr[0]));

This technique is easily applied to vectors, sets, etc.
Igor Soukhov
 
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