elements in iterator range [__first, __last) are not partitioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMalc View Post
    I take it this means that the associative vectors now work fine for you?
    Yes it does, I have kept my implementation and modified it according to your comments, I also tried to follow your advice on the insert that takes two iterators (not tested, though).
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