C++ Tutorial for Beginners 45 – C++ Map


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  1. Marc Stephens 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    T 7:07 This code works for me as long as I also #include <string>. Anyone know why the example here did not need it?

  2. Middle Cross Studios 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    Thank you for the clear and thorough explanations, it helped much more than what my "professor" was saying. Very abrupt ending though, seemed like you cut yourself off before finishing your thought.

  3. Jenn 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    I think this tutorial is great! I only came across maps practicing firecode.io, but was never introduced to it in class yet. This helped a lot. Thanks so much!

  4. Niels Daemen 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    You should have used string as key and int as value for this example, What you did now could also just be done with a string array!

  5. Piyush Jha 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    at 6:07 you are saying that the first assignment is valid and no duplicates are allowed but when you accessed the value it gave the last assigned value..contradiction..pls clear.

  6. Jared Dunn 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    It is pointless to use integers as the key… you might as well just use a standard vector for that… use a map when you want to "name" your indexes.

  7. Noble909 7 May, 2020 at 04:15 Reply

    Huh? There's no point in hashing a map with integer values…. you might as well use a vector at that point.

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