How Can C++ Assignment Help You Understand Templates?
Java has templates, but they are implemented very differently than C++, so if you want to understand the differences we can provide you with C++ assignment help that will assist you. Java uses one implementation of the template and C++ creates multiple versions of the template code, so because of this Java does not allow you to use basic types as one of the templated variables but only objects but C++ allows you to use basic types as well.
Templates are expanded at compile time, and you can use constants for example using std::array<int,10> would define an array of length 10 and there are no overheads for each array storing the length. Since the code is expanded inline you don’t have to use the heap to store an instance, which means you can have highly efficient code that is generic.
The STL (standard template library) is a collection of templates that allow you to process data without caring about the type, so for example a sort template that allows you to sort without having to provide a comparator function like the standard library qsort method. The <algorithm> library provides templates to iterate over a container (for_each), find an element (find, find_if, find_if_not), to find the largest or smallest items (max, min).
Unlike Java, C++ does not have a built in string type, but templates provide the facility and can be specialized to use ascii characters (char type), or unicode characters (wchar type), so you will probably be using templates even if you didn’t realize.
Templates are better than using the preprocessor, as the code is expanded with syntax which is not the case with the preprocessor as that performs dumb text replacement. For example abs(n) could be defined with a macro or a template, but the macro does not work if you use something like abs(i++) as it will expand to a++ > 0 ? a++ : -a++ which will return the wrong value.
If you want to write your own templates to solve a problem in a generic fashion we can help you, and provide code along with comments that explain how it works in addition to how you would use it. Templates can be difficult to debug as the error messages can be quite obtuse, so let us worry about that instead of you.
Some of our experts, have over 20 years experience in C++, we have the ability to write and debug complex code that will surpass any you are required to work on as part of your course, so the assignments will be professionally completed by one of our experts.
Of course we can help with non templated code, or even code in other programming languages, including Python, Java, Assembly language and far more. We also offer one on one tutoring sessions if you need more specific help, with a particular topic that you are unable to find elsewhere.