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Scripts > Class elements and c++ instructions > Interpreted C++ instructions > Container
Containers contain and manage collections of elementary variables.
TETRA knows two basic types of containers and an adapted type:
You can iterate over the elements of a container or you can search for special elements. For this purpose serves a
Every container contains internally a cursor and the methods of the cursor are invoked directly as methods of the container. However, a cursor can be declared also externally.
The names of the container and cursor types are formed from an expression for the kind of the container and the short expression of the contained variable types.
A very special kind of container for the evaluation of parsing trees is a
There isn't any cursor for function tables.
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