[Solved] : Question 130628

6. Using pseudocode (a program is not needed) and the multiset functions (empty, full,
memberCount, insert, remove and member), write code to remove all instances of
the values of an array A of integers from a multiset R of integers. As an example, if A = {5, 13,
-2} and R = {0, 16, -2, 0, 5, -2, 6, 5, -2}, then, after execution of the code, R = {0, 16, 0, 6}.
Note that although you can use the multiset functions given above, you can NOT access the
internal components of these functions. As an example, you can say R.insert(x) to
insert a value x into a multiset R, but you can NOT access the actual multiset data structure
(which might be an array, a vector, a set, a linked list, …).


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