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Read a brief, non-academic, explanation of what hash tables are and why they are important.
The standard template library [JOS99] defines the remove_if algorithm. However, the standards don't define the implementation. Be careful to avoid portability issues if you use this algorithm.
See how to use a hash table. The example uses a small hash table that works with std::strings as key and any data as member. (The article, demo project, and source code were updated.)
The technique of finding permutations also provides source code for the recursive implementation. Also, learn how to use the STL template function next_permutation().
This algorithm determines a matrix of the shortest distances between every pair of points. (The article was updated.)
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