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Combinations in C++

, 13 Sep 2009 CPOL 206.6K 4.7K 58
An article on finding combinations.
#include <vector>
#include "combination.h"

template<class T>
bool FindVecComb(
	std::vector< std::vector< T > >& VecN,
	std::vector< std::vector< T > >& VecR
	if(VecR.size() == 0)
		return false;

	size_t nDepth = VecR.size()-1;
	bool NoMore = true;
		NoMore = stdcomb::next_combination(,,, );

		if(NoMore == false)
			// Initailize as before
			for( size_t i=0; i<; ++i)
			{ =;

		if( nDepth == 0 && NoMore == false)
			return false;

	while(NoMore == false);

	return true;

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