I'm a computer science student who has recently started taking a UNIX course. One of the first things I'm supposed to do in this class is write a C++ program that sorts a list of numbers. If this were Visual C++ I'd just write a list class, but since I'm unfamiliar with this compiler (and the operating system in general) I want to make this as simple as possible. So, I have two questions:
-I know "iostream" works in UNIX. Is there also a pre-defined list class and if so how do I use it?
-If I can't use an already-made list header file, is there any way (other than using lists) to make an infinite array? My professor implied that there was a way to write this program without using lists.