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multiset::multiset (STL/CLR)

Constructs a container object.

    multiset();
    explicit multiset(key_compare^ pred);
    multiset(multiset<Key>% right);
    multiset(multiset<Key>^ right);
    template<typename InIter>
        multisetmultiset(InIter first, InIter last);
    template<typename InIter>
        multiset(InIter first, InIter last,
            key_compare^ pred);
    multiset(System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<GValue>^ right);
    multiset(System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<GValue>^ right,
        key_compare^ pred);

first

Beginning of range to insert.

last

End of range to insert.

pred

Ordering predicate for the controlled sequence.

right

Object or range to insert.

The constructor:

multiset();

initializes the controlled sequence with no elements, with the default ordering predicate key_compare(). You use it to specify an empty initial controlled sequence, with the default ordering predicate.

The constructor:

explicit multiset(key_compare^ pred);

initializes the controlled sequence with no elements, with the ordering predicate pred. You use it to specify an empty initial controlled sequence, with the specified ordering predicate.

The constructor:

multiset(multiset<Key>% right);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence [right.multiset::begin (STL/CLR)(), right.multiset::end (STL/CLR)()), with the default ordering predicate. You use it to specify an initial controlled sequence that is a copy of the sequence controlled by the multiset object right, with the default ordering predicate.

The constructor:

multiset(multiset<Key>^ right);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence [right->multiset::begin (STL/CLR)(), right->multiset::end (STL/CLR)()), with the default ordering predicate. You use it to specify an initial controlled sequence that is a copy of the sequence controlled by the multiset object right, with the default ordering predicate.

The constructor:

template<typename InIter>

multiset(InIter first, InIter last);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence [first, last), with the default ordering predicate. You use it to make the controlled sequence a copy of another sequence, with the default ordering predicate.

The constructor:

template<typename InIter>

multiset(InIter first, InIter last,

key_compare^ pred);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence [first, last), with the ordering predicate pred. You use it to make the controlled sequence a copy of another sequence, with the specified ordering predicate.

The constructor:

multiset(System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<Key>^ right);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence designated by the enumerator right, with the default ordering predicate. You use it to make the controlled sequence a copy of another sequence described by an enumerator, with the default ordering predicate.

The constructor:

multiset(System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<Key>^ right,

key_compare^ pred);

initializes the controlled sequence with the sequence designated by the enumerator right, with the ordering predicate pred. You use it to make the controlled sequence a copy of another sequence described by an enumerator, with the specified ordering predicate.

// cliext_multiset_construct.cpp 
// compile with: /clr 
#include <cliext/set> 
 
typedef cliext::multiset<wchar_t> Mymultiset; 
int main() 
    { 
// construct an empty container 
    Mymultiset c1; 
    System::Console::WriteLine("size() = {0}", c1.size()); 
 
    c1.insert(L'a'); 
    c1.insert(L'b'); 
    c1.insert(L'c'); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c1) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct with an ordering rule 
    Mymultiset c2 = cliext::greater_equal<wchar_t>(); 
    System::Console::WriteLine("size() = {0}", c2.size()); 
 
    c2.insert(c1.begin(), c1.end()); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c2) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct with an iterator range 
    Mymultiset c3(c1.begin(), c1.end()); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c3) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct with an iterator range and an ordering rule 
    Mymultiset c4(c1.begin(), c1.end(), 
        cliext::greater_equal<wchar_t>()); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c4) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct with an enumeration 
    Mymultiset c5(   // NOTE: cast is not needed 
        (System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<wchar_t>^)%c3); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c5) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct with an enumeration and an ordering rule 
    Mymultiset c6(   // NOTE: cast is not needed 
        (System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<wchar_t>^)%c3, 
            cliext::greater_equal<wchar_t>()); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c6) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct from a generic container 
    Mymultiset c7(c4); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c7) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
 
// construct by copying another container 
    Mymultiset c8(%c3); 
    for each (wchar_t elem in c8) 
        System::Console::Write(" {0}", elem); 
    System::Console::WriteLine(); 
    return (0); 
    } 
 
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size() = 0
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Header: <cliext/set>

Namespace: cliext

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