C++ Vector push_back()
This function adds a new element at the end of the vector.
Consider a vector v and 'k' is the value. Syntax would be:
k: k is the value which is to be inserted at the end of the vector.
This function does not return any value.
The following illustration shows how push_back() function works :
This illustration shows that push_back() function inserts new element at the end.
Let's see a simple example.
In this example, push_back() function inserts the new elements into the vector v.
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