Re: Pointer to STL element address?
On May 25, 5:42 pm, Michael <comtech....@gmail.com> wrote:
On May 25, 8:33 am, p...@informatimago.com (Pascal J.
Michael <comtech....@gmail.com> writes:
In the following STL insertion, how do I maintain a pointer pointing
to the address of that element being inserted?
Can this iterator be used as a normal C++ pointer?
Not in all cases. It can be used as a normal C++ pointer in
my_map.find actually wastes some time.
Is there a way, when my_map inserts the element, I can get its
address as a pointer, instead of doing a "find" after
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