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push_back a vector in a vector without temporary vectors

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Hello,

i am trying to use the push_back() function to push a vector in an other vector
i created this vector:

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  1. std::vector < std::vector < char > > map;
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how can i push in more vectors? ( without creating any temporary vectors / variables)

hope you can help :)

EDIT:

i found it!

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  1. map.push_back( std::vector < char > { '#' } );
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this worked.
Dec 31 '19 #1
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