numeric header in C++ STL | Set 2 (adjacent_difference(), inner_product() and iota())

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numeric header in C++ STL | Set 1

adjacent_difference

This functions assigns the difference between the corresponding elements of an array to another array. It returns the adjacent difference of all the set of values lying between [ First, last ).

For Example: If a[] represents an element in provided range [first, last) and b[] represents the result.

b[0] = a[1] 
b[1] = a[1] – a[0] 
b[2] = a[2] – a[1] 
b[3] = a[3] – a[2] 
b[4] = a[4] – a[3] 
... ... ...

Syntax:

adjacent_difference(first, last, b);
adjacent_difference(first, last, b, myfun );
adjacent_difference(first, last, b, multiplies() ) ;

first, last : address of first and last element of range whose elements are to be added
b:index of array where  corresponding partial sum will be stored;
myfun : a user defined function for performing any specific task
multiplies():a pre defined function.
#include <iostream> 
#include <functional> // for multiplies function
#include <numeric>	 //for adjacent_difference

using namespace std;

int myfun (int x, int y) 
{
	return x+y;
}

int main () 
{
	int a[] = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} ;
	int b[6];
	
	// using adjacent_difference function
	adjacent_difference (a, a+6, b);
	cout << "\nResult using adjacent_difference: ";
	for (int i=0; i<6; i++) 
		std::cout << b[i] << ' ' ;	 
	
	// using adjacent_difference function
	// user defined function	
	adjacent_difference (a, a+6, b, myfun);
	cout << "\nResult using accumulate with user-"
	         "defined function: ";
	for (int i=0; i<6; i++) 
		std::cout << b[i] << ' ';
	
	// using adjacent_difference with pre-defined function
	adjacent_difference (a, a+6, b, multiplies<int>() ) ;
	
	cout << "\nResult using accumulate with pre-defined function: " ;
	for (int i=0; i<6; i++) 
		std::cout << b[i] << ' ';
	
	return 0;
}

Output:

Result using adjacent_difference: 1 1 1 1 1 1 
Result using accumulate with user-defined function: 1 3 5 7 9 11 
Result using accumulate with pre-defined function: 1 2 6 12 20 30 

inner_product

This function returns the result of addition of var with the inner products of the pairs formed by the elements of two ranges starting at first1 and first2.

Syntax:

inner_product(first, last, b, var) ;
inner_product(a, a+3, b, var, fun, fun1) ;
inner_product(a , a+3, b, init, minus (), divides () );

first, last : address of first and last element of range whose elements are to be added
b: index of array where  corresponding partial sum will be stored;
fun, fun1: a user defined function for performing any specific task
minus(), divides()  : pre defined function.
#include <iostream>	 
#include <functional> // for subtraction, std::divides
#include <numeric>	 // for inner_product

using namespace std;

int fun (int x, int y) 
{
    return x-y;
}

int fun1 (int x, int y) 
{
    return x+y;
}

int main () 
{
    int var = 200;
    int a[] = { 10, 15, 20} ;
    int b[] = { 1, 3, 5} ;
    
    cout << "\nResult using inner_product " ;    

    // inner_product with default method
    cout << inner_product(a, a+3, b, var ) ;
    
    // inner_product with pre-defined function
    cout << "\nResult using inner_product with pre-defined function: ";
    cout << inner_product(a, a+3, b, var, minus<int>(), divides<int>());
    
    // inner_product with user defined function
    cout << "\nResult using inner_product with user-defined function: ";
    cout << inner_product(a, a+3, b, var, fun, fun1);

    return 0;
}

Output:

Result using inner_product 355
Result using inner_product with pre-defined function: 181
Result using inner_product with user-defined function: 146

iota

This function assigns a value to the elements in the range [first,last ) of the array which is incremented at each step by val++ .

Syntax –

iota(first, last,val) ;

first, last : address of first and last element of range whose elements are to be added
val: initial value to store, the expression ++value must be well-formed
#include <iostream> 
#include <iostream> 
#include <numeric>	 // std::iota
using namespace std;

int main ( )
{
    int a[7];
    
    //using iota function to store 100, 101, 102,...    
    iota(a, a+7,100);
    cout << " a : " ;
    for (int& x: a) 
        cout << ' ' << x;
    
    return 0;
}

Output :

a: 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 

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