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`vector` is a variadic, random access, extensible sequence of types that
supports constant-time insertion and removal of elements at both ends, and
linear-time insertion and removal of elements in the middle. On compilers that
support the `typeof` extension, `vector` is the simplest and in many cases the
most efficient sequence.

Sequence form | Header |
---|---|

Variadic | #include <boost/mpl/vector.hpp> |

Numbered | #include <boost/mpl/vector/vectorn.hpp> |

In the following table, `v` is an instance of `vector`, `pos` and `last` are iterators
into `v`, `r` is a Forward Sequence, `n` is an Integral Constant, and `x` and
*t*_{1},*t*_{2},... *t*_{n} are arbitrary types.

Expression | Semantics |
---|---|

vector< |
vector of elements t_{1},t_{2},... t_{n}; see
Variadic Sequence. |

vector< |
Identical to vectorn<t_{1},t_{2},... t_{n}>;
see Variadic Sequence. |

begin<v>::type |
An iterator pointing to the beginning of v;
see Random Access Sequence. |

end<v>::type |
An iterator pointing to the end of v;
see Random Access Sequence. |

size<v>::type |
The size of v; see Random Access Sequence. |

empty<v>::type |
A boolean Integral Constant c such that
c::value == true if and only if the sequence is empty;
see Random Access Sequence. |

front<v>::type |
The first element in v; see
Random Access Sequence. |

back<v>::type |
The last element in v; see
Random Access Sequence. |

at<v,n>::type |
The nth element from the beginning of v; see
Random Access Sequence. |

insert<v,pos,x>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, pos), x,
[pos, end<v>::type); see Extensible Sequence. |

insert_range<v,pos,r>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, pos),
[begin<r>::type, end<r>::type)
[pos, end<v>::type); see Extensible Sequence. |

erase<v,pos>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, pos),
[next<pos>::type, end<v>::type); see
Extensible Sequence. |

erase<v,pos,last>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, pos),
[last, end<v>::type); see Extensible Sequence. |

clear<v>::type |
An empty vector; see Extensible Sequence. |

push_back<v,x>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, end<v>::type), x;
see Back Extensible Sequence. |

pop_back<v>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[begin<v>::type, prior< end<v>::type >::type);
see Back Extensible Sequence. |

push_front<v,x>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
x, [begin<v>::type, end<v>::type); see Front Extensible Sequence. |

pop_front<v>::type |
A new vector of following elements:
[next< begin<v>::type >::type, end<v>::type);
see Front Extensible Sequence. |

typedef vector<float,double,long double> floats; typedef push_back<floats,int>::type types; BOOST_MPL_ASSERT(( is_same< at_c<types,3>::type, int > ));