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And add to it an initial value called r_x, a valid value (you can see it in the next section). You may also add its type to std::map . This will update the map if there is a difference with a given function parameter:

std :: vector < string > rp_data = Box [ 8 ]; // 10

Of course, there are some interesting uses if you want to create a map as a string literal like this:

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