extrawurst at October 7th, 2003 15:49 — #1
Hello, can please someone explain the way to use the std::sort-algorithm!
Well, I have a self-defined struct: MyStruct and a vector\, and now i want to sort this vector with the std::sort-template-function! But i never used template-functions before with their weird declaration!
So please help me!
Ps: it's important that i can implement my own compare-function, i think this is possible with std::sort isn't it ?!
dk2 at October 7th, 2003 17:31 — #2
check this page, it should answer your question:
If you have bugs or compilation errors, you can post some code if you want, so that one can help you better.
anubis at October 7th, 2003 20:07 — #3
i was about to write up a lengthy text... but that explains it pretty well
extrawurst at October 8th, 2003 01:01 — #4
Okay, thanks it seems to be quite easy, but one last question! is it right that the third parameter of std::sort has to be the overloaded "()"-operator getting two pointers of its class and compare them ?
extrawurst at October 8th, 2003 09:54 — #5
okay i got it now, i didn't read the explanations carefully the first time