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Stuart Dootson11-Mar-09 3:47
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If you used this:

std::map<MarkType, NameType> marksAndStudents;


(where MarkType is the type you use for a students marks and NameType is the type you use for a students name, then *rbegin() points at the student with the highest mark - try this:

std::map<int, std::string> s;
s.insert(std::make_pair(10, "10"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(20, "20"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(30, "30"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(40, "40"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(50, "50"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(60, "60"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(70, "70"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(80, "80"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(90, "90"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(100, "100"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(110, "110"));
s.insert(std::make_pair(120, "120"));

std::map<int, std::string>::const_reverse_iterator it = s.rbegin();
for (int i=0;i<10;++i)
{
   std::cout << it->second << std::endl;++it;
}


Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p

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