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Usage of the standard template tree library class

I'm trying to use the standard template tree library class. The template contains the following classes:
template <class key, class value, class keyOfValue, class Compare>
For key and value I can probably use integer, but for the other two classes I'm confused.
I need an example on the usage of the tree template class or anything that would point me in the right direction.



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yonatCommented:
Yo must mean the map template, which is implemented in terms of
a binary tree. Here is how oyu use map with integer keys and
values:

map<int, int, less<int> > aMap;

In case you want to use the underlying tree class, note that it
is implementation dependent. In SGI STL it is rb_tree. The value,
key and Compare are the same as for map. The KeyOfValue is a functor that converts a value to a key.

In general, you shoud not use rb_tree directly. Instead use map.


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