Re: Why does vector.end() point beyond last element?
Date: 26 Jun 2004 21:36:44 EDT
as mellow as a horse wrote:
> You'll probably guess I'm only just learning this stuff so this might be a
> stupid question. Given:
> Why does b1.end() point 1 memory location past the 4th element?
Because it does !
Some may argue that it makes the applications easier to write.
for ( i = begin(); i != end(); ++i )
.. stuff with i ..
it also makes it easy to detect an empty list...
is_empty = begin() == end();
> getting rubbish until I had a brainwave and tried some fiddly pointer
> arithmetic. Am I missing something?
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