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    To do just about anything of interest in a program, we need a group of data to work with. For example, our program might need: - A list of Twitter’s trending tags - A set of payment options for a…

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    The […] lives in the […] header. So first, we need to add this line of code at the top of the program: […] For review, […] is a preprocessor directive that tells the compiler to i…

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    Now we know how to create a vector, we can also initialize a vector, giving it values, as we are creating it in the same line. For example, instead of just creating a […] vector named […] :…

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    Now that we have a vector, how do we access an individual element? This is where index comes into play. An index refers to an element’s position within an ordered list. Vectors are 0-indexed, …

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    Often, we start with a vector that’s either empty or a certain length. As we read or compute data we want, we can grow the vector as needed. ##### .push_back() ##### To add a new element to the “…

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    […] not only stores the elements; it also stores the size of the vector: size The […] function returns t…

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    So what happens when you want to change each of the values within a vector? You can use a […] loop! For example, suppose we have an […] vector that looks like this: ![1](https://i.imgur….

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    Congratulations! You have learned about how to store groups of data into vectors in C++.  Here are some of the things that we learned: - Vectors are a sequence of elements that you can access by…

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