Re: Pointers to map elements

Alberto Ganesh Barbati <>
Fri, 23 May 2008 11:52:11 CST
<Y5vZj.319482$> ha scritto:

I have a map<size_t,MyStruct> (MyStruct contains a vector)
In a function F1, i need to browse all the map's elements, so i use an
iterator std::map<size_t,MyStruct>::iterator MyIterator.
The function F2 that uses the data of each map element needs a
If i pass &(MyIterator->second), VC8 compiles correctly, but my
function F2 crashes due to incorrect data in my struct (which creates
an incorrect vector).

WHat's the correct syntax to have a pointer to the data pointed by my
iterator, without having to copy that data in an other MyStruct?

The syntax is correct. The problem is probably elsewhere, for example
you may be dereferencing an invalid iterator or F2 may be storing a
pointer that outlives the element in the map. If you had provided a code
snippet, I could have been more helpful.



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