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Thinking in C++ Vol 2 - Practical Programming
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The basic sequences:
vector, list, deque

Sequences keep objects in whatever order you store them. They differ in the efficiency of their operations, however, so if you are going to manipulate a sequence in a particular fashion, choose the appropriate container for those types of manipulations. So far in this book we ve been using vector as the container of choice. This is quite often the case in applications. When you start making more sophisticated uses of containers, however, it becomes important to know more about their underlying implementations and behavior so that you can make the right choices.

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