Given two ranges, [a1,a2] and [b1,b2]; then a value s in range [a1,a2] is linearly mapped to a value t in range [b1,b2] when: The task is to

Continue Reading## C++: Generate Random Number in Range

int random_in_range(int a, int b) //Function that returns a random integer between 2 provided integers { return a + random() % (b-a+1); }

Continue Reading## C++: Copy a Range of Elements

On line 7, we create a std::vector<int> called source containing a sequence of values that we wish to copy. On line 9, we have another std::v

Continue Reading## C++: Sort a Range of Elements

On line 8, we create a std::array of ints that we wish to sort. On line 10, we call the standard alrogithm std::sort, which sorts the range of elem

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