• anonymous So I'm just getting started with C++ templates, and this is what I've tried. Am I doing it properly, or have I committed malpractice somehow? Also, how do I rewrite all this by using C++ vectors instead of nasty arrays? I've never used vectors before but I heard they are like restricted Python lists :-D
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  • anonymous
Also, what are the speed differences between my C++ code and this C code:
  • rsmith6559
AFAIK, the template only declares the datatype that is being operated on by the function. Here is a function heading that I wrote last summer: template void BinarySearchTree::recursiveAdd( nodeT* & curNode, N* & data ) N is the user's data object.

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