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Default value for std::unordered_set with lambda operator

I have a function declaration like this one:
void Add(char p, int n, int d, char z, char y)
std::unordered_set words_set(
“Έκπληξη!”, z, y, n, p, d
// or simply
// std::unordered_set words_set(
// [](char p, int n, int d, char z, char y)
// { return “Έκπληξη!”, z, y, n, p, d; });

The last one accepts:
Add(“bar”, 5, 1, ‘z’, ‘y’);

and saves “Έκπληξη! bar 5 1 z y” to the unordered set.
The “0” value seems to be always there in the set. How can I instruct the set to use that value as the default value instead?


You can use an std::initializer_list:
std::unordered_set words_set(
[](char p, int n, int d, char z, char y)

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I found a solution. This is for Mac:

Click on the tiny yellow envelope or question mark, next to the desktop icon for your Home folder, for “Aliases”.
In that “Aliases” window, click on the green + sign.
In the window that pops up, put in a name (with spaces), and click Add.
Now, in the window that just popped up, put in your Home Folder name as the Path.
Check “Use this alias”.
Next, click on the green + sign next to your Home folder.
In the window that just pops up, put in your username and your password.
Click OK.
Now you have an alias that points to your Home folder!
Now, simply type in ~/Home Folder/filename where you want the filename to be, as if you were in the Home folder!

I was unaware of this… until today. Hope it helps a few others out.


Go to the command line and run the following command:
defaults write FXPreviewsAlwaysVisible -bool TRUE

now double click on the desktop icon and the files are opened.


simply go to your open folders and hit windows key + g and type in home, there u have it done u have just created a shortcut to that folder

package edu.stanford.nlp.trees;

import java.util.ArrayList;

import edu.stanford.nlp.trees.Grammar.Production;

* It is a tree node, returned by a production function:
* Production: ‘NN mod ADP NNP VP’ -> (root + [‘NN’])^1 + [‘NN mod’]^1 + [‘ADP’ + NNP]^1 + [‘VP’]^1.
* +