foreach not recognized in C++

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In my the cs106b book we use the expression "foreach" to go through a list of words in a Map. I implemented the code and banged my head against the wall facing mysterious errors. Here's the code:

   void DisplayWordCounts(Map<int> & wordsCount) {
     foreach (string word in wordsCount) {
        cout << left << setw(15) << word << right << setw(5)
        << wordsCount[word] << endl;

on the line starting with "foreach" I get the following errors: lesson4-macbeth/life.cpp:58: error: expected primary-expression before 'word' lesson4-macbeth/life.cpp:58: error: 'foreach' was not declared in this scope lesson4-macbeth/life.cpp:58: error: expected `;' before '{' token

I guess foreach is not recognized. In that case, how can I go through a list of items from the Map class?

foreach is not a standard C++ feature. This was something Eric Roberts and I developed for the Stanford introductory programming sequence and predates the more modern C++11 range-based for loop. Now that C++11 compiler support is more widespread, we've stopped using foreach and just opted to go with the standard C++ enhanced for loop.

I would generally not advice using foreach going forward as it's nonstandard. However, if you're compiling older code that uses it, you'll need to include one of the header files from the Stanford C++ Libraries that defines it.

Foreach loop, I've got trouble while trying to use <c:forEach> JSTL Tag in my JSP. And all I have got is ${myValue} displayed on the screen but not the values I want ! At any point within the foreach statement block, you can break out of the loop by using the break statement, or step to the next iteration in the loop by using the continue statement. You can also exit a foreach loop by the goto, return, or throw statements. If the foreach statement is applied to null, a NullReferenceException is thrown.

I suggest for_each.

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What book are you using?

foreach is not a C++ keyword, and I think the closest extension that introduces it, with that specific syntax, into the language is in Visual C++, as described in this link:

There is for_each in <algorithm>, but its signature is very different from what you're using (which is a very Java for-each syntax).

Also I notice that you're using Map which is different from std::map?

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Because the function name is for_each P.S. I thought it was a c++ question, as the tag suggested, but the syntax all wrong for C++.

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foreach is not a construct in C++!

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  • Please tell us the name of this book so we can avoid it better.
  • are you trying to compile c# code in c++?
  • @Everyone- This is a special macro that's provided in Stanford's introductory programming courses CS106B and CS106X. We also provide a custom Map class that's easier to use than the STL map; hence the capitalization.
  • @templatetypedef - thanks for clarification. In that case this question seems way too localized since it's so curriculum specific.
  • You have to question the wisdom of synthesising a construct that does not exist in a language without making it very clear to the student that they are not learning C++, but some construct invented for teaching programming in a more abstract sense. Also since the construct appears to be copied directly from C#, what is wrong with using C# for this course?
  • @Oli Charlesworth- There wasn't anything wrong per se with anything in C++. The main advantage was simplicity - it's much easier to focus on more advanced ideas like recursion, linked lists, graphs, and asymptotic analysis if you don't have to introduce complex iterator syntax to look at everything in a map/set/etc. The curriculum will probably soon be updated to go over STL containers at the end of the course, meaning that foreach will likely be "training wheels" to simplify the material.
  • Why would you have done such an evil thing!? If you want to teach such a construct, why not use a language that supports it directly. It reminds me of the CS graduates I used to come across who, faced with having to use C in the real world, would #define { and } as BEGIN and END to make thier code a bit more Pascal-like!
  • @Clifford- The point of these courses is to get students up to speed on language-agnostic concepts like recursion, data structures, inheritance, etc. rather than to produce hardcore C++ programmers. There are other courses that focus on the specifics of C++ and other programming languages. From experience this setup actually works quite well, since students usually take it upon themselves to learn the nuances of their favorite languages. I'd prefer not to get into an argument about this since I don't think anyone's going to change their mind, but you do have a very good point.
  • C++ was an interesting choice for teaching data structures whilst trying to ignore language-specific details!
  • @templatetypedef: I realise that, but this student does not apper to have had that made clear to him, and thinks that he is learning C++. I used to be a regular on a forum where similar problems occurred perennially with US students who learned C++ on the AP Computer Science programme; some of them appeared to have made it to the workplace before finding out the courseware class libraries they'd learned were unavailable outside acedemia.
  • Well it is. But you can't use it like that.
  • Using an iterator would be a closer match to the foreach construct, though the syntax is somewhat cumbersome perhaps.
  • Maps aren't indexed like that. Use an iterator.