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A small queue class

Submitted on: 8/19/2016 10:18:25 PM
By: Ben128  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++, UNIX C++
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     Here is a small queue I made into a class you can add items, set data delete an item hope you find the code usfull.
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// Name: A small queue class
// Description:Here is a small queue I made into a class you can add items, set data delete an item hope you find the code usfull.
// By: Ben128

//Home made Queue class supports ints only by DreamVB
#include <stdio.h>
class TQue{
	int mIndex;
	int *List;
	void Init(int size);
	void AddItem(int item);
	void SetItem(int index,int item);
	void Clear(){delete[]List;}
	void Delete(int index);
	int FetchItem(int index);
	int FindItem(int item);
	int Count(){return mIndex;}
void TQue::Init(int size){
	List = new int[size];
void TQue::AddItem(int item){
	List[mIndex] = item;
int TQue::FetchItem(int index){
	if((index < 0) || (index > mIndex-1)){
		return 0;
	return List[index];
void TQue::SetItem(int index,int item){
	if((index <0) || (index >mIndex)){
	List[index] = item;
void TQue::Delete(int index){
	int *temp;
	int i = 0;
	int j = 0;
	temp = new int[mIndex];
	while(i < mIndex){
		if(index != i){
			temp[j] = List[i];
	if(mIndex > 0){mIndex--;}
	//Set new list data
int TQue::FindItem(int item){
	int idx = -1;
	int i = 0;
		if(List[i] == item){
			idx = i;
	return idx;

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