multimap::end() method in C++ STL

Multimaps are associative containers available in the C++ Standard Library. They are similar to a map with an addition that multiple elements can have the same keys. The multimap::end() is a method available in the STL that returns an iterator to a theoretical element that follows the last element in the container.

Syntax:

map_name.end();

Parameters: The multimap::end() does not accept any parameter:
Return value: Iterator to a theoretical element that follows the last element in the container

Example of multimap::end() method

#include<iostream>
#include<map>

using namespace std;


int main()
{
    multimap<char,int> m;

    m.insert( pair<int,int> ('a',1) );
    m.insert( pair<int,int> ('b',2) );
    m.insert( pair<int,int> ('c',3) );
    m.insert( pair<int,int> ('d',4) );

    multimap<char, int>::iterator it;

    for( it = m.begin(); it != m.end(); ++it)
    {
        cout<< it->first <<" : "<< it->second<< endl;
    }

}

Output:

a : 1
b : 2
c : 3
d : 4

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