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I need help in hashmaps. Why doesn't this work:

#include <hash_map>

hash_map <int, string> hm1;
typedef pair <int, string> pr;
hm1.insert(str_ pair(1, "Hello"));

It compiles, but crashes at runtime, pointing to something in xhash.

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Jul 22 '05
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> "Ideally, both sorted and hashed associated containers should be in the
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Oops, I meant "associativ e containers" ...

David F
Jul 22 '05 #11

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