Aapl is a C++ template library for generic programming. It contains Linked List, Avl Tree, Vector, Binary Search Table, Double Ended Queue, and Merge Sort. The library is designed to be versatile for the programmer. For example, the linked list utilizes both inheritance and templates to allow a single instance of a data structure to be an element in multiple lists. In general, Aapl data structures do not have private data members and are thus not abstracted away.
DocumentationUser guide included and available in HTML format from http://www.elude.ca/aapl/doc/
released on 15 May 2005
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