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Copy_n() is the C++ function defined in <algorithm> library in STL. It helps to copy one array element to the new array. Copy_n function allows… Read More
any_of() is the C++ function defined in <algorithm> library in STL. This function determines whether even one element in a given range satisfies a specified… Read More
partition_copy is the inbuilt function defined in <algorithm> library in STL. partition_copy function duplicates the partitioned elements into the various containers given in its parameters.… Read More
Given two arrays, the task is that we find numbers which are present in first array, but not present in the second array, using STL… Read More
The lower_bound() and upper_bound() functions, by default works on non-decreasing array. The lower_bound() function finds iterator of first element that does not compare less to… Read More
The for_each_n() function was added in the C++17 technical specification. Its idea has been borrowed from the use of map in Python or Haskel. This… Read More
remove_copy() It is an STL function in c++ which is defined in algorithm library. It copies the elements in the range [first, last) to the… Read More
Non-modifying sequence operations  std :: all_of  : Test condition on all elements in range std :: any_of  : Test if any element in range fulfills… Read More
std::next_permutation It is used to rearrange the elements in the range [first, last) into the next lexicographically greater permutation. A permutation is each one of… Read More
partition_point() Gets the partition point : Returns an iterator to the first element in the partitioned range [first, last) for which pred(predicate) is not true,… Read More
The sort_heap( ) is an STL algorithm which sorts a heap within the range specified by start and end. Sorts the elements in the heap… Read More
The stable_partition( ) algorithm arranges the sequence defined by start and end such that all elements for which the predicate specified by pfn returns true… Read More
random_shuffle It randomly rearrange elements in range [first, last). The function swaps the value of each element with some other randomly picked element. When provided,… Read More
Returns true if pred returns false for all the elements in the range [first, last] or if the range is empty, and false otherwise.Syntax : … Read More
C++ offers in its STL library a merge() which is quite useful to merge sort two containers into a single container. It is defined in… Read More

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