Slides on STL and generic
University of Helsinki
Slides on linear time suffix
Generic programming is a programming paradigm that aims at implementing
algorithms and data structures in as abstract and general way as is
possible without a loss of efficiency. This makes it a particularly
suitable approach for implementing libraries of algorithms and data
structures. The prime example is the Standard Template Library (STL),
which is part of the C++ standard library. This course introduces the
central ideas of generic programming using STL as the main example.
No knowledge of C++ is required.
January 01, 1970 2:00
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