Article Discussion - Search algorithms

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    Article Discussion - Search algorithms

    I do not have access to that forum, so I cannot reply. However, I just wanted to say to Hunter2:

    That's where the Boost library saves your butt:
    http://www.boost.org/libs/multi_index/doc/index.html




    Sorry if this is considered spam; I had no other way of replying to that thread.

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    You could have sent that as a private message.

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    I could, but since it was aimed towards everyone (though it WAS a reply to Hunter2), it wouldn't be the best option.

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    you obviously didn't read the welcome mat:

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    why dont you have access to that section of the forum? i thought everyone has access to the Article Discussion forum
    When no one helps you out. Call google();

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    Quote Originally Posted by major_small
    you obviously didn't read the welcome mat:



    Welcome
    My bad, sorry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by InvariantLoop
    why dont you have access to that section of the forum? i thought everyone has access to the Article Discussion forum
    Everyone can see it, not everyone can post to it.
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    >>That's where the Boost library saves your butt:
    I took a look at the "building a bidirectional map" example, and I think I'm going to have nightmares for the rest of my life Well, if you know what you're doing I suppose it could save a lot of time and effort (both at design time and runtime) - but to be honest, I'm kind of lazy to take the time to figure out Boost, my loss I guess
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