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C++ unordered_multimap - max_size() Function



The C++ unordered_multimap::max_size function returns the maximum size the unordered_multimap can reach. The function returns the maximum potential size the unordered_multimap can reach due to known system or library implementation limitations.

Syntax

size_type max_size() const noexcept;

Parameters

No parameter is required.

Return Value

Maximum number of elements that can be held in a unordered_multimap.

Time Complexity

Constant i.e, Θ(1).

Example:

In the example below, the unordered_multimap::max_size function is used find out the maximum number of elements that a unordered_multimap can hold.

#include <iostream>
#include <unordered_map>
using namespace std;
 
int main (){
  unordered_multimap<string, string> uMMap;
  unordered_multimap<string, string>::iterator it;

  uMMap.insert(pair<string, string>("USA", "New York"));
  uMMap.insert(pair<string, string>("USA", "Washington"));  
  uMMap.insert(pair<string, string>("CAN", "Toronto"));
  uMMap.insert(pair<string, string>("CAN", "Montreal"));
  uMMap.insert(pair<string, string>("IND", "Delhi"));

  cout<<"The unordered_multimap contains:\n";
  for(it = uMMap.begin(); it != uMMap.end(); ++it)
     cout<<it->first<<"  "<<it->second<<"\n";
  
  cout<<"\nUnordered Multimap size is: "<<uMMap.size()<<"\n";
  cout<<"Maximum size of the Unordered Multimap: "<<uMMap.max_size()<<"\n"; 
  
  return 0;
}

A possible output could be:

The unordered_multimap contains:
IND  Delhi
CAN  Montreal
CAN  Toronto
USA  Washington
USA  New York

Unordered Multimap size is: 5
Maximum size of the Unordered Multimap: 115292150460684697

❮ C++ <unordered_map> Library

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