On 2007-05-09 15:26, Erik Wikstr?m wrote:
On 9 Maj, 10:24, Complex Humans <codar4mys...@yahoo.com> wrote:
I have a little problem,
that i'd like to read your comments and suggestions
I create a network of 5-10 nodes - a weighted digraph
which all nodes are connected randomly at runtime.
Loops are allowed in the graph.
Is it possible to *hash* pairs of nodes
as well as their costs by use of the following snip,
This is clumpsy and possibly won't work
but I am clueless as of where should I go
Do I understand you correctly that you want a way to quickly get the
weight given two nodes? In that case I would use
std::map<std::pair<Node, Node>, double> and create a functor which
given two std::paid<Node, Node> orders them in some way (on other way
implements a less than function for pairs of std::paid<Node, Node>.
Hmm, not even I can parse the last bit of that. What I meant was to say
that you should implement a 'less than' function so that you can compare
two std::pair<Node, Node> objects and tell which of them is the
smallest, for some definition of smallest.
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