Stringvec and shared memory iterators

Discussion in 'C++' started by John M Collins, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Some time agao someone wanted a copy of some libraries I use all the time
    but I've forgotten who it was.

    They were:

    1. A "stringvec" class library which provides most of the array functions
    perl programmers are used to plus a class of vectors of vectors of strings
    which is handy for producing neatly tabulated output with
    left/right/centre justified columns possibly with headers.

    2. Some templates for providing (currently) lists and dequeues in shared
    memory using offset pointers and iterators so you can use "begin()"
    "end()" "++" and "--" to go up and down, add and delete links etc.

    They aren't the last word, I'm sure gurus will pick them to a million
    pieces and they're tailored to software I'm working on but people not
    wanting to reinvent every wheel might find them a handy starting point.

    --
    John Collins Xi Software Ltd www.xisl.com
     
    John M Collins, Apr 6, 2005
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