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This is a blog post about array list functions in C++. The array list is one of the most popular data structures used in programming today. Many programmers use array lists to store and organize large amounts of data, such as strings or numbers. In this blog post, we will discuss ten array-list functions that you can use for your own projects!
array list insert member functions – before, after, and at the beginning of an existing element in the array. All three are also able to be used as a standalone operation on two arrays whose members are of the same type.
array list erase member functions – remove a single element, an entire range in a given order, or all elements apart from one.
array list replace member function – replaces all members with new ones using specific values to fill them out. You can also use this as part of a transformation on two arrays whose members are of the same type and in which you want to replace some but not all elements while keeping their relative orders intact.
array list find member functions – search for a value within an array that matches your criteria and return its index position if it exists! This is useful when trying to do things like filter certain data by looking for particular keywords present elsewhere in the array’s subelements.
array list sort function – sorts the array in a given order according to specific key values that you assign! This is perfect for when you want your array’s data sorted by their value, alphabetically or numerically so it appears as such on your screen or printouts of those data sets.
array list insert member functions – replaces all members with new ones using specific values to fill them out and inserts at an arbitrary position within the array. Similar to substitute but more flexible since there are no limitations on where the insertion can be done!
array list remove member functions – clears all members in the array without having to iterate through them and removing each one individually.
array list replace member functions – replaces all members in the array with new ones using specific values to fill them out. Similar to insert but more limited because it only works on specified position and must be done one at a time!
array list sort member functions – sorts the array according to their contents. This is perfect for when you want your array sorted by some of its data such as alphabetically or numerically so that they appear this way on screen, printouts or other reports which include these set of data points!
array list reverse member function – reverses the order in which an array’s content appears from beginning to end without altering any positions within said sequence.
ArrayList swap member functions (swap array list) – swaps the contents of two array lists.
ArrayList shift member functions (shift array list) – shifts all members in an array to either side by a specified number, requiring that you specify how many positions are desired before executing this command. If not enough space is available following the current position of one or more items then they will be lost and replaced with new ones! This might come in handy when dealing with lengthy data sets such as reports which have been compiled into your system’s database for distribution purposes but need some sorting first so it becomes easier on the user who has requested said report.
Array List clear Member Functions: clears out any values within an array list completely leaving only blank spaces where each should be.
array list contains Member Functions: checks whether a specific value is present in the array. This function would be used after executing an array’s “find” command which we will go over next, just to ensure that any values returned are indeed part of our desired data set.
array list find Member Functions: searches through each member within an array and returns those members where the specified item matches what you’re looking for or is greater than it (e.g., if your search term was “green”, then this function would return all green items). The following code example demonstrates how to execute this command!