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std::list::front

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std::list
Las funciones miembro
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Member functions
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list::list
list::~list
list::operator=
list::assign
list::get_allocator
Elemento acceso
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Element access
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list::front
list::back
Los iteradores
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Iterators
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list::begin
list::cbegin

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list::end
list::cend

(C++11)
list::rbegin
list::crbegin

(C++11)
list::rend
list::crend

(C++11)
Capacidad
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Capacity
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list::empty
list::size
list::max_size
Modificadores
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Modifiers
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list::clear
list::insert
list::emplace(C++11)
list::erase
list::push_front
list::emplace_front(C++11)
list::pop_front
list::push_back
list::emplace_back(C++11)
list::pop_back
list::resize
list::swap
Operaciones
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Operations
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list::merge
list::splice
list::remove
list::remove_if
list::reverse
list::unique
list::sort
 
reference front();
const_reference front() const;
Devuelve una referencia al primer elemento en el recipiente .
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Returns a reference to the first element in the container.
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Llamar a front en un recipiente vacío es indefinido .
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Calling front on an empty container is undefined.
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Contenido

[editar] Parámetros

(Ninguno)
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(none)
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[editar] Valor de retorno

referencia al primer elemento
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reference to the first element
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Constant
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Constant
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[editar] Notas

Para una c contenedor, el c.front() expresión es equivalente a *c.begin() .
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For a container c, the expression c.front() is equivalent to *c.begin().
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[editar] Ejemplo

El código siguiente utiliza front para mostrar el primer elemento de una std::list<char>:
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The following code uses front to display the first element of a std::list<char>:
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#include <list>
#include <iostream>
 
int main()
{
    std::list<char> letters {'o', 'm', 'g', 'w', 't', 'f'};
 
    if (!letters.empty()) {
        std::cout << "The first character is: " << letters.front() << '\n';
    }  
}

Output:

The first character is o

See also

access the last element
(miembro público función) [edit]