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hash_map::end (STL/CLR)

Designates the end of the controlled sequence.

    iterator end();

The member function returns a bidirectional iterator that points just beyond the end of the controlled sequence. You use it to obtain an iterator that designates the end of the controlled sequence; its status doesn not change if the length of the controlled sequence changes.

// cliext_hash_map_end.cpp 
// compile with: /clr 
#include <cliext/hash_map> 
typedef cliext::hash_map<wchar_t, int> Myhash_map; 
int main() 
    Myhash_map c1; 
    c1.insert(Myhash_map::make_value(L'a', 1)); 
    c1.insert(Myhash_map::make_value(L'b', 2)); 
    c1.insert(Myhash_map::make_value(L'c', 3)); 
// display contents " [a 1] [b 2] [c 3]" 
    for each (Myhash_map::value_type elem in c1) 
        System::Console::Write(" [{0} {1}]", elem->first, elem->second); 
// inspect last two items 
    Myhash_map::iterator it = c1.end(); 
    System::Console::WriteLine("*-- --end() = [{0} {1}]", 
        it->first, it->second); 
    System::Console::WriteLine("*--end() = [{0} {1}]", 
        it->first, it->second); 
    return (0); 
 [a 1] [b 2] [c 3]
*-- --end() = [b 2]
*--end() = [c 3]

Header: <cliext/hash_map>

Namespace: cliext

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