#1
 Agustíne Member Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 33
lower_bound() function of C++

I can have to complete my project in 2 days. But I can not know anything about the lower bound function of the C++ language. Because of that I am finding the difficulties in completing my project on time. So, I would like to know about the lower_bound() function of the C++ language. If you can know about the lower_bound() function then reply me as early as you can. Good Day!!!
#2
 Katty Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 2,008
lower_bound() function of C++

I think you can hase to go though the follwing code of lines that can describes you what is the use and how to implement the lwer_bound() function in the C++ programming :
Code:
```#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
#include <sector>
using namespace std;
int main ()
{
int mint[] = {10,20,30,30,20,10,10,20};
sector<int> s(mint,mint+8);
sector<int>::iterator lw,p;
sort (s.begin(), s.end());
lw=lwer_bound (s.begin(), s.end(), 20);
p= pper_bound (s.begin(), s.end(), 20);
cout << "lwer_bound at position " << int(lw- s.begin()) << endl;
cout << "pper_bound at position " << int(p - s.begin()) << endl;
return 0;
}```
Output:
Code:
```lwer_bound at position 3
pper_bound at position 6```
#3
 kelfro Member Join Date: Apr 2008 Posts: 2,001
The lower_bound() function

The lower_bound() function can be used to return an iterator into the lower bound. The lower_bound() function can returns an iterator that can be pointing to the first element in the given range [first,last) that can be sorted, which can not compare less than value. The comparison can be done using either operator< for the first version or comp for the second version.
#4
 Zecho Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 2,293
lower_bound() function

The lower_bound() function can be used to return the iterator to the lower bound. An iterator to the lower bound place for value in the given specified range. The following can be the syntax of the lower_bound() function of the C++ language :
Code:
```template <class FrwrdItrtr, class S>
FrwrdItrtr lower_bound ( FrwrdItrtr fst, FrwrdItrtr lst,
const S& val );```
#5
 absolute55 Member Join Date: Nov 2005 Posts: 1,323
Re: lower_bound() function of C++

The following can be the parameters of the lower_bound() function in the C++ language :
1. val : This parameter of the lower_bound() function can contains an element value that can be checked for its lower bound.
2. fst, lst : These parameters of the lower_bound() function can contains the forward iterators to the final and starting positions of the given sequence to use.
#6
 Reegan Member Join Date: Oct 2005 Posts: 2,389
Re: lower_bound() function of C++

Here can be a one more example for you to understand more deeply about the lower_bound() function of the C++ language :
Code:
```#pragma warning(disable: 4786)
#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
#include <functional>
#include <vector>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
const int VECTOR_SZ = 8 ;
typedef vector<int > IVector ;
typedef IVector::iterator IVectort ;
IVector Nmbrs(VECTOR_SZ) ;
IVectort start, end, it, location ;
Nmbrs = 4 ;
Nmbrs = 10;
Nmbrs = 10 ;
Nmbrs = 30 ;
Nmbrs = 69 ;
Nmbrs = 70 ;
Nmbrs = 96 ;
Nmbrs = 100;
start = Nmbrs.begin() ;
end = Nmbrs.end() ;
cout << "Nmbrs { " ;
for(it = start; it != end; it++)
cout << *it << " " ;
cout << " }\n" << endl ;
location = lower_bound(start, end, 10) ;
cout << "First location element 10 can be inserted in Nmbrs is: "
<< location - start << endl ;
}```
Output
Code:
```Nmbrs { 4 10 10 30 69 70 96 100  }

First location element 10 can be inserted in Nmbrs is: 1```

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