forward_list::splice_after() is an inbuilt function in CPP STL which transfers the elements in the range of first+1 to last from a given forward_list to another forward_list. The elements are inserted after the element pointed to by position in the parameter.
forwardlist1_name.splice_after(position iterator, forwardlist2_name, first iterator, last iterator)
Parameters: The function accepts four parameters which are specified as below:
- position – Specifies the position in the forward_list after which the new elements are to be inserted.
- forwardlist2_name– Specifies the list from which elements are to be inserted.
- first– Specifies the iterator after which insertion is to be done.
- last– Specifies the iterator till which insertion is to be done.
Return value: The function has no return value.
Below program demonstrates the above function:
Elements are: 4 20 30 40 9
Elements are: 4 10 20 30 40 9
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