Are there any resources available to learn coding for discrete math problems involving sets, relations and functions? I understand the math but I do not know the syntax and rules to code the stuff.I've looked in many C++ books, but cannot find anything concrete, except how to declare some sets.
#include <set>
Please help.
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#2
Re: Discrete mathematics
Posted 10 February 2007  02:12 AM
newprogrammer, on 10 Feb, 2007  07:32 AM, said:
Are there any resources available to learn coding for discrete math problems involving sets, relations and functions? I understand the math but I do not know the syntax and rules to code the stuff.I've looked in many C++ books, but cannot find anything concrete, except how to declare some sets.
#include <set>
Please help.
#include <set>
Please help.
have a look at the C++ standard template libaray
http://www.cppreference.com/index.html
http://www.cpprefere...cppset/all.html
http://wwwcontrol.e...com/cppset.html
#3
Re: Discrete mathematics
Posted 10 February 2007  06:42 AM
i would advise using any kind of functional programming languaje.. it makes that kind off stuff EASY.. it just takes a little bit off time getting used to it.. Haskell, LISP or F# (this one is really good, it has the power off Haskell and Lisp with the known visual studio capabilities that makes programming easier)
This post has been edited by horacio: 10 February 2007  06:44 AM
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