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  1. Re: Why do I have to dereference my vector iterator? What does it mean?

    You lost me.
  2. Re: Why do I have to dereference my vector iterator? What does it mean?

    Thank you paul for taking the time to respond to my post.

    For the formatting issue, I copy and pasted from MSVS into the browser, other boards automatically copy the indentation. Thats why I...
  3. Why do I have to dereference my vector iterator? What does it mean?

    I wrote this code to test:




    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    #include <vector>

    using namespace std;
  4. Re: Problem understanding for and the loop invariant.

    Thank you for taking the time to respond.

    I don't know how my thinking got so messed up. I'm now rationalizing that: Your invariant must be true at the beginning of the loop. Then you do something...
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    Re: Forum new topic moderation

    Alright understood. Maybe a captcha service for new users would be preferable?

    I posted what I think would be a well thought out question but it hasn't been approved yet in the Non visual c++...
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    Forum new topic moderation

    Will this go away in the main forums eventually? Is there something I have to do to remove this from my account or do moderators have to approve every new topic?

    I'm assuming this is because I'm a...
  7. Problem understanding for and the loop invariant.

    Hey guys, I'm teaching myself C++ using the Accelerated C++ book. I'm having issues understanding the authors definition of the invariant.

    This is the initial code from the chapter:



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