From: Vincent Finn (vincent_finn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-11 04:28:07
Kevin S. Van Horn wrote:
> Does anyone know of web pages that give *accurate* descriptions of the
> concepts used in the C++ Standard Library (e.g., Input Iterator, etc.)?
> The SGI STL web pages won't do, as the information they give is wrong --
> it does not match what the Standard says. For example, the Standard does
> not require Input Iterators to be default constructible, whereas the the
> SGI STL web site gives default constructibility as a requirement
> (indirectly, through TrivialIterator). I already have a copy of the
> Standard; what I'm looking for is some nice web pages defining the
> concepts, so that I can use them in the generic programming class I'm
> teaching and in online documentation of my own.
No web pages that I know of but
"Generic Programming and the STL" by Austern
does a reasonable job if a book will do !
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