Category : overloading

I am trying to implement quicksort with L-partition. I have two functions named quicksort and Lpartition. Their parameters are same but their names and return types are different. Still i am getting overloading error. #include <iostream> using namespace std; void quicksort(int [], int, int); int Lpartition(int [], int, int); void quicksort(int arr[], int p, int ..

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How could i select the overloaded function that i mean to call ? Consider this code: void foo (std::vector<int> const &variable); void foo (std::vector<int> variable); For example in above code i want to call void foo (std::vector<int>);, I tried : void bar () { std::vector<int> tmp; foo(tmp); foo(static_cast<std::vector<int>(tmp)); foo(boost::implicit_cast<std::vector<int>>(tmp)); foo((std::vector<int>)tmp); foo(std::vector<int>(tmp)); } But it’s failed, ..

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I have a class Priority Queue with method push() which takes two args: value and priority. #include <vector> #include <iostream> class PriorityQueue { private: std::vector<std::pair<int, int>> _queue; public: int top(); int pop(); void push(int, int); int size(); PriorityQueue(); PriorityQueue(int, int); friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream&, PriorityQueue&); }; How can I overload [] operator for it to work ..

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AFAIK overloading a function for types that are relative by conversion or a function call that needs some cast applied to the argument to match a best a match are of bad design. void foo(int) { std::cout << "foo(int)n"; } void foo(float) { std::cout << "foo(float)n"; } int main() { foo(5.3);// ambiguous call foo(0u); // ..

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I’m creating a relatively large Binary Search Tree with multi functionality, but the one thing that I can’t understand is why my overload operator isn’t working. It keeps printing out "Segmentation Fault". Here is the code in main that triggers the problem: case ‘=’: // Test overloaded assignment operator try { cout << endl << ..

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