romain at r-enthusiasts.com
Fri Nov 16 16:59:05 CET 2012
Le 16/11/12 16:52, Dirk Eddelbuettel a écrit :
> On 16 November 2012 at 09:36, Hadley Wickham wrote:
> | > | I've been using (e.g.) http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/stl/map/ a
> | > | lot - it has plenty of examples, which is really helpful for getting
> | > | started.
> | >
> | > It seems that site has a bit of an uncool reputation among the cognoscenti on SO.
> | So you're saying it's good? ;)
> No I wasn't referring to the SO trolls. They do recommend the site :)
> | > I usually go back to http://www.sgi.com/tech/stl/ which is what has been
> | > there "since the dawn of time".
> | I had steered away from that because I was a bit worried about
> | non-standard SGI extensions to the STL.
> I fear you have that upside down: what was long known as HP STL, then SGI STL
> _became_ the standard STL, in fact now called C++ Std Library or something.
> So this /is/ actually the reference implementation AFAIK. Not the greatest
> site though.
> And hey, if the cplusplus.com reference is good enough for Romain who am I to argue.
I surely know hos to find my ways there. The site gives information
about complexity of operations, etc... I like it.
Although at first I also learned many tricks from Meyers' Effective STL.
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