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Concepts and Architecture of the STL

GK# 3352

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C++'s Standard Template Library (STL) is uniquely powerful and extensible, and it facilitates the creation of very efficient code. However, the design behind the STL is unconventional and can be counterintuitive. Developers who fail to grasp the design often produce software that looks reasonable, but that's actually brittle, inefficient, and home to subtle bugs.

In this course, you will learn about the architecture that underlies the STL, including its fundamental concepts, components, and how they relate to one another. You will learn specific guidelines for making effective use of the STL and its architecture.

Note: You are required to bring your own laptop.

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1. Preface: TR1 and Boost

2. The Architecture of the STL

  • Arrays and pointers, half-open ranges
  • Generalizing pointers to iterators
  • Generalizing arrays to sequences
  • Algorithms
  • Conventions and extensibility
  • Function objects
  • Meanings of "The STL"

3. Standard STL Containers

  • Sequence vs. associative containers
  • Contiguous-memory vs. node-based containers
  • Variations in string implementations

4. The Behavior of remove

  • Remove and containers of pointers

5. Equality vs. Equivalence

6. Algorithm Calls vs. Hand-Written Loops

  • Efficiency
  • Correctness
  • Comprehensibility
  • Pragmatic considerations

7. Inheritance vs. Templates

  • Explicit vs. implicit interfaces
  • Runtime vs. compile-time polymorphism

8. Allocators

  • Original goals and ultimate limitations
  • Allocators vs. operators new/new[]/delete/delete[]
  • Node-based containers and rebind
  • Legitimate uses of allocators
  • A shared-memory allocator
  • A complete sample allocator

9. Sources for Additional Information

Who Should Attend

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Anybody working with C++, regardless of whether they are a systems designer, programmer, or technical manager

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Duration: 1 day

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