Learn how to use C++ vectors, a great way to keep your data organized.
Review core concepts you need to learn to master this subject
.push_back() & .pop_back()
During the creation of a C++ vector, the data type of its elements must be specified. Once the vector is created, the type cannot be changed.
Portfolio projects that showcase your new skills
In this next project, we're going to practice using vectors and loops in C++, so you can hone your skills and feel confident taking them to the real world. What's next? Talking like a whale, vowel matching, and nested for loop. You got this!
Stress-test your knowledge with quizzes that help commit syntax to memory
Find the Bug: What is incorrect about the program below?