C++ Queue empty() Function
C++ Queue empty() function is used for testing whether the container is empty or not. Sometimes before actually starting the work with the individual elements of the containers, it is more feasible to look up if the container is empty, so this function finds its usage in such cases.
There are no parameters. The function is only used to test for the emptiness of the container and hence takes no parameter.
If the container under reference is empty, then the method returns 'true' else returns 'false'.
result is: 55
The queue is not empty
The complexity of the function is constant.
Only the container is accessed. By accessing the container, we come to know whether it is empty or not and based on that the value is returned.
Guarantee as equivalent to the operations that are performed on the underlying container object is provided.