transform_inclusive_scan() is inbuilt function in C++ and its same as inclusive_scan(), except a unary function which is first applied to each input item.
Its functionality is to transform each and every element between first and last with unary_op then computes an inclusive prefix sum operation by the help of binary_op with a specific range. An inclusive defined the i-th input element is included in the i-th sum operation.
We can take an optional init(initial values)and writes the results to the range beginning at d_first.
template < class InputItrator, class OutputItrator, class BinaryOperation, class UnaryOperation > OutputItrator transform_inclusive_scan( InputItrator first, InputItrator last, OutputItrator d_first, BinaryOperation binary_op, UnaryOperation unary_op );
- first and last:-The first and last elements define the range of an elements sum .
- d_first:-Its beginning of the destination range .
- unary_op:-Operation to be appliied on each element in the input range.
- binary_op:-Operation to be applied to the result of unary_op and the results of other binary_op, and if init(initial val ) will be provided.
- InputItrator: The Inputiterator is class of an Iterator and its able to read from the pointed to element.If once i has incremented then all others copies are invalidated and its validity for single pass algorithm.
- OutputItrator: The OutputIterator is an Iterator that can be written to the pointed element.
Return Values: An iterator to the element past the last element written.
Note: An unary_op is optional in this function and not applied to init. Actually, the init parameter appears at last.
Following is the implementation of above problem.
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Note: Above program may not run on many IDE’s.
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