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Word List V2 ^

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void wlist2(std::istream& in, std::ostream& out) {
	Word w{};
	std::vector<Word> words{};

	//Out word class will take care of the correct reading.
	//It will separate words accordingly.
	std::istream_iterator<Word> inIt{in};
	std::istream_iterator<Word> inEof{};
	std::copy(inIt, inEof, std::back_inserter(words));

	//Erase equal words is significantly easier now too, because the class' operator== respects the lower case rule.
	//Thus we don't even need a predicte for std::unique
	auto last = std::unique(words.begin(), words.end());
	words.erase(last, words.end());

	//An empty word can no longer exists - nothing to do in this matter

	//Because our class implements operator < accordingly, std::sort doesn't need a predicate too
	std::sort(words.begin(), words.end());

	//Output wie gehabt
	std::ostream_iterator<Word> outIt{out, ", "};
	std::copy(words.begin(), words.end(), outIt);

}


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