Hey guys! Currently I'm making a tutorial on STL containers (std::vector, std::list, std::etc.), and I think I might publish it around next week.
So does anyone have any suggestions of things to include? I'm definitely going to be going over the basic STL containers, along with some useful tips and algorithms. But is there anything different you guys will want to see?
Please let me know in the comments. Thanks, and see you next week!
UPDATE: It's released!
You should try to include cool things like
I looove pointers
it’s funny, cause all us C++ programmers love pointers, and the only real reason that I ever really read about for ppl not to like C++ is because of pointers.. lol
Anyways Idk bout that. The point is to reduce the likelihood of bugs like memory leaks and stuff, yes? I guess the reason I personally don’t like them is more because I’m really nervous all the time about using STL containers, because I’m never entirely sure how they will act in certain vital situations. I guess I’m just too lazy to look it up?
@DynamicSquid there's `
weak_ptr and another one that i forgot the name of. they are a bit of a hassle, delete is just easier, but i guess it can be tedious in a long program with a lot of dynamically allocated space, and the memory leaks can add up. But i still like delete bc im careful.