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To erase specifice element in the Vector

To erase specifice element in the Vector

To erase specifice element in the Vector

Dear all,

On each iteration in Vector , i want to deduce one element and delete it. then pass remaining vector to my function.

so, problem is this. it is not erasing the specific vector


typedef std::vector < int > nodeList;
nodeList temp;
nodeList neighborX = this->computeNeighbors(x);

for (nodeList::iterator iter = neighborX.begin(); iter != neighborX.end(); ++iter)
int y = *iter;
temp = neighborX;

neighborX.erase(iter); // deduce first variable as y and delete it from the list.

graph = this->computeIndependence(ds, graph, x, y, neighborX, condVariables, sep);

neighborX = temp;


But it is giving an error.


error: program: c:\.....\....\.....\vector line 117

Expression : ("this->_Mycont != NULL",0)

i tried to find an error but i am fail,

if i remove this line then no problem



so please suggest me an other way to remove an element. thanks in advance.

RE: To erase specifice element in the Vector

You invalidate iter iterator by the last assignment in the loop body.

RE: To erase specifice element in the Vector

Have you ever wondered why the vector::erase() function returns an iterator?  This is why.

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