From: Max Khesin (MKhesin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-24 15:19:39
There has been an attempt to do something like that here (looks somewhat
useful, but far from being 'boosified):
Stated goal of this library (from
EasySTL. A supplemental library to the C++ Standard Template Library (STL)
that has three main goals.
* Eliminate iterators from function calls (where possible).
* Enable functional programming by modifying copies of passed containers
instead of modifying containers in-place.
* Introduce high-level functions (like those in Lisp or Python) for
string, file and container manipulation.
This library has been tested with Visual C++ .NET only. (I've started
moving over to VC++.NET wholeheartedly as their template and STL support is
much better now.)
> > Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> > > Why don't we provide container versions of all stl algorithms:
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