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Date:

Tue, 24 Feb 2009 04:16:39 -0800 (PST)

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I have structure representing a 2 dimesional point:

struct K2dCoords

{

K2dCoords(void):m_x(0), m_y(0){};

K2dCoords(double x, double y):m_x(x), m_y(y){};

K2dCoords(const K2dCoords& rhs): m_x(rhs.m_x), m_y(rhs.m_y){};

double getX() const {return m_x;}

double getY() const {return m_y;}

double m_x;

double m_y;

};

I want to store pointers to instances of this in a STL set.

So I define the sorting criterion, such that two points are considered

equal

if the distance between them is negligeble (less than a tolerance):

struct eq

{

bool operator() (const K2dCoords* p1, const K2dCoords* p2) const

{

const double tol = 0.25 / 1E3;

return sqrt((p1->getX() - p2->getX()) * (p1->getX() - p2->getX

()) + (p1->getY() - p2->getY()) * (p1->getY() - p2->getY())) > tol;

}

};

The problem is that after I've inserted some point in my set, I cannot

find them:

// some initialisation data

const double inc = 0.25;

const double deckLength = 1.0;

const double deckWidth = 0.48;

double x = 0;

double y = 0;

const double PI = 3.1415926;

std::set<K2dCoords*, eq> stlMap;

// create some points and add them to my set

while (x <= deckLength)

{

while (y <= deckWidth)

{

const double xSp = x * cos(30.0 * PI / 180.0) - y * sin

(30.0 * PI / 180.0);

const double ySp = x * sin(30.0 * PI / 180.0) + y * cos

(30.0 * PI / 180.0);

stlMap.insert(new K2dCoords(xSp, ySp));

y += inc;

}

x += inc;

y = 0;

}

// check if I've got them; the test point are created in the same

way as they were created for insertion

x = 0;

y = 0;

while (x <= deckLength)

{

while (y <= deckWidth)

{

const double xSp = x * cos(30.0 * PI / 180.0) - y * sin

(30.0 * PI / 180.0);

const double ySp = x * sin(30.0 * PI / 180.0) + y * cos

(30.0 * PI / 180.0);

std::set<K2dCoords*, eq>::iterator it = stlMap.find(new

K2dCoords(xSp, ySp));

if (it == stlMap.end())

{

ASSERT(FALSE); // suerly this should not assert, but

it does (when x=0.25 and y=0)!!!

}

y += inc;

}

x += inc;

y = 0;

}

What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

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