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ComputingStlAlgorithms

Modifying

Overview

Modifying Algorithms change the value of elements. They may modify the elements of a range directly or modify them while they are being copied into another range.

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copy

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Copies a range starting with the first element

copy n

Copies a specified number of elements

copy backward

Copies a range starting with the last element

swap

Exchanges the values of the elements between two types of objects

iter swap

Swap values of objects pointed by two iterators

swap ranges

Swaps elements of two ranges

transform

Modifies (and copies) elements; combines elements of two ranges

replace

Replaces elements that have a special value with another value

replace if

Replaces elements that match a criterion with another value

replace copy

Replaces elements that have a special value while copying the whole range

replace copy if

Replaces elements that match a criterion while copying the whole range

fill

Replaces each element with a given value

fill n

Replaces n elements with a given value

generate

Replaces each element with the result of an operation

generate n

Replaces n elements with the result of an operation

remove

Removes elements with a given value

remove if

Removes elements that match a given criterion

remove copy

Copies elements that do not match a given value

remove copy if

Copies elements that do not match a given criterion

unique

Removes adjacent duplicates (elements that are equal to their predecessor)

unique copy

Copies elements while removing adjacent duplicates

reverse

Reverses the order of the elements

reverse copy

Copies the elements while reversing their order

rotate

Rotates the order of the elements

rotate copy

Copies the elements while rotating their order

random shuffle

Brings the elements into a random order

partition

Changes the order of the elements so that elements that match a criterion are at the front

stable partition

Same as partition(), but preserves the relative order of matching and nonmatching elements