Re: Vector reserve in a for_each

"kwikius" <>
24 Feb 2007 07:39:38 -0800
On 24 Feb, 08:42, Alan Johnson <> wrote:

Chris Roth wrote:

I have a vector of vectors:
    vector< vector<double> > v;
and have initialized it with:
    v( 5 );
as I know I will have 5 columns of data. At this point, I read text file
data into each of the the vectors using push_back. I know that I will be
reading in 5000 elements into each vector, so I use reserve:
    ifstream f( "file.txt" );
        for( vector< vector<double> >::iterator itr = v.begin();
             itr != v.end(); ++itr )
        double d;
        while(f >> d)
            m_data[0].push_back( d );
            f >> d;
            m_data[1].push_back( d );
            f >> d;
            m_data[2].push_back( d );
            f >> d;
            m_data[3].push_back( d );
            f >> d;
            m_data[4].push_back( d );
However, could I use a for_each to set the reserve of the vectors? Or is
there a different/better way to read in the 5 column text data?

Thanks in advance.

Here's how you'd do it. But I would comment that in the amount of time
it took me to get the syntax just right I could have written the
equivalent for loop a hundred times over.

Somehow I just feel that things could be so much sweeter...

#include <algorithm>
#include <functional>
#include <vector>
#include <iostream>
#include <boost/preprocessor/cat.hpp>

#define CONTAINER_FUN_ADAPT1(ret,fun,arg) namespace impl{ struct BOOST_PP_CAT(fun,_fun){ arg v; BOOST_PP_CAT(fun,_fun)(arg v_in) : v(v_in){} template <typename C> ret operator()( C & c)const { c. fun(v); } }; } impl::BOOST_PP_CAT(fun,_fun) fun( arg v) { return impl::BOOST_PP_CAT(fun,_fun)(v); }

namespace my{

// reserve space in a container adaptor

// wrap ugly std:: syntax
   template <typename Seq, typename F>
   void for_each(Seq & seq,F const & f)

int main()
//--------ugly --------------

   std::vector< std::vector<double> > v1(5) ;

      v1.begin(), v1.end(),
   //check it worked...
   std::cout << (int) v1[2].capacity() <<'\n';

//----- pretty ---------------

   std::vector< std::vector<double> > v2(5) ;


   //check it worked...
   std::cout << (int) v2[2].capacity() <<'\n';


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