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The list class supports a bidirectional, linear list. Unlike a vector, which supports random access, a list can be accessed sequentially only. Since lists are bidirectional, they may be accessed front-to-back or back-to-front. A list has this template specification: template <class T, class Allocator = allocator<T> > class list Here, T is the type of data stored in the list. The allocator is specified by Allocator, which defaults to the standard allocator. It has the following constructors: explicit list(const Allocator &a = Allocator( ) ); explicit list(size_type num, const T &val = T ( ), const Allocator &a = Allocator( )); list(const list<T, Allocator> &ob); template <class InIter>list(InIter start, InIter end, const Allocator &a = Allocator( )); The first form constructs an empty list. The second form constructs a list that has num elements with the value val, which can be allowed to default. The third form constructs a list that contains the same elements as ob. The fourth form constructs a list that contains the elements in the range specified by the iterators start and end. The following comparison operators are defined for list: ==, <, <=, !=, >, >=
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To specify a wide character literal (i.e., one that is of type wchar_t), precede the character with an L. For example,
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When you start the program for the first time, you ll be prompted for a security stamp. This stamp can be anything you choose and is only entered the first time you start the program. This stamp is used to encrypt your account files so only you have access to them.
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object[] attribs = t.GetCustomAttributes(false); foreach(object o in attribs) { Console.WriteLine(o); } // Retrieve the RemarkAttribute. Type tRemAtt = typeof(RemarkAttribute); RemarkAttribute ra = (RemarkAttribute) Attribute.GetCustomAttribute(t, tRemAtt); Console.Write("Remark: "); Console.WriteLine(ra.Remark); Console.Write("Supplement: "); Console.WriteLine(ra.Supplement); } }
Sometimes you will want to try a conversion at runtime, but not throw an exception if the conversion fails (which is the case when a cast is used). To do this, use the as operator, which has this general form: expr as type
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Perhaps the easiest way to describe the term carrier-grade is to think of the last time you picked up your residential phone and failed to get a dial tone. With the exception of extraordinary circumstances, such as an earthquake, most people cannot remember such a time. Basically, the phone always works. Carrier-grade means extremely high availability. In fact, the requirement for availability in commercial telephony networks is 99.999 percent. In other words, a carrier-grade network should be operational at least 99.999 percent of the time. This corresponds to a down time of no more than about five minutes per year and is known as five nines reliability. Carrier-grade means high capacity, the capability to support hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of subscribers and similar numbers of simultaneous calls. For example, at the end of 2001, the Verizon network sup-
Part of the whole design process for combat robots is the design for maintenance. In competition, you have about half an hour to make any repairs to the bot. This really isn t a lot of time. So you must design your bot to allow for rapid replacement of parts. This usually means there are more bolted-on components than welded-on components. You need to have quick access to the electronics and batteries so they can be replaced or recharged in a matter of minutes. Wheels should be designed to be replaced between contests because a lot of weapons and hazards will destroy the wheels. If you break a chain in the transmission, then it should be quick and easy to move the motors to replace the chain and retighten it back in place. The components inside the bot should be laid out in a manner such that you don t have to remove a lot of parts just to get at whatever is broken. The design should also allow for accessibility to the components. You will need to have room to get your hands and tools inside the bot. Think about the length of a screwdriver, or the length of a wrench. When you are designing the bot, imagine yourself having to fix it quickly, and then alter your design for that. This will require a little up-front thinking. The last thing you want is to be disqualified because you didn t have enough time to replace a dead battery. Of course, this is another one of those things that you may have to compromise on. Some of the top bots are difficult to work on. In a design like BioHazard s, for example, the low profile and small internal volume of the bot make things hard to repair. BioHazard is held together by 700 screws, so getting inside him requires a lot of work with the electric screwdriver before repairs can even begin.
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