Journey Into Functional Programming in C++Standard Higher-Order Functions in C++

Discover the power and convenience of higher-order functions in the Standard Template Library (STL). You will learn about various STL algorithms, including those for iteration, conditional checks, and accumulation, enabling more functional approaches to C++ programming.

Using Reverse Iterators for Traversal

Traverse and Modify Vector Using Iterators

Character Frequency Counter Using std::map

Finding the First Negative Element Using Iterators

Using `std::for_each` to Print and Modify Vector Elements

Double the Values Using std::for_each

Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit using std::for_each

Find Maximum Number in Vector Using std::for_each

Using std::for_each to Modify a Subrange of a Vector

Sum of Cubes Using std::accumulate with Lambda

Using `std::accumulate` for Sum and Product

Sum of Even Numbers Using std::accumulate and Lambda

Calculating Average and Standard Deviation with STL Algorithms

Calculate Weighted Average Using std::accumulate

Counting Elements Greater Than Five

Copy Positive Numbers Using `std::copy_if`

Calculate Mean and Modify Vector Elements in C++

Check If None of the Elements Are Greater Than 10

Check All Elements Within a Specific Range

Check for Prime Numbers using std::any_of

Crew Fitness Check Using Boolean Functions