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From: Thomas Wenisch (twenisch_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-01 12:11:22

Hi Jan, all,

I am also interested in a cyclic container or cyclic buffer. In
particular, I have use for a container with deque-like interface which has
fixed capacity, but for which insertion at the head or the tail does
not invalidate any iterators into the container (ie a circular
buffer). Is this what you are describing?

-Tom Wenisch
Computer Architecture Lab
Carnegie Mellon University

On Tue, 1 Oct 2002, Jan Gaspar wrote:

> This is something different - it is an iterator; if it reaches an end
> of the container it shifts to its beginning. Cyclic buffer is a
> container with different capabilities. I can send it to you, if you
> want.
> "Neal D. Becker" wrote:
> > This is from Gennadiy Rozental. I believe this is the latest
> > version. Please correct me if not. Since it is small, I'll just post it here:
> > ...
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