anonymous
  • anonymous
C++ How to write a function to check if dynamic array from class is empty?
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rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
Without seeing the actual dynamic array, which is basically a vector: bool isEmpty( array ) // return true if empty // return full if it has elements { return( array.size() > 0 ? false : true ); }
anonymous
  • anonymous
Actually if it is an std container (like std::vector or std::array) then you can simply do `array.empty()` to find out whether it is empty or not. for example: http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/array/array/empty/

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