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access <list> with array

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Hi there 1

This part has no problem with compilation, but further I don't know how to access "item". Pls help ! Thx !

typedef double tab[3];
std::list<tab> tbBigList;
tab tb;
std::list<tab>::iterator item;

// how do I access item[0], item[1], item[2] ?

Nov 9 '06 #1
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Item will be a tab * so I think

Nov 9 '06 #2

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Item will be a tab * so I think

Thanks for answer!
it's not working,
but I found same mistakes of mine :

1. tbBigList.push_over(tb); is wrong
tbBigList.push_back(tb); is OK

2. even so, while compiling "tbBigList.push_back(tb)" I'm sent to _construct.h and can't finishing compiling. I think something is wrong with initialisation, but I'm the rookie ..

thanx again
Nov 10 '06 #3

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You will need top post the compile errors you are getting
Nov 10 '06 #4

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You will need top post the compile errors you are getting
Hi again!

You're right! I should done this from beginning !

1.error message:
(C++ Error) _construct.h(85): E2243 Array allocated using 'new' may not have an initializer

2. line in _construct.h underlined (marked with ------->>>>>):

template <class _T1, class _T2>
inline void _Construct(_T1* __p, const _T2& __value) {
memset((char*)__p, _STLP_SHRED_BYTE, sizeof(_T1));
# endif
------->>>>> _STLP_PLACEMENT_NEW (__p) _T1(__value);

In case it's useful: I'm using Borland C++ platform.

All best
Nov 10 '06 #5

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