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Containers library for Lazarus

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I took a fork and ported to Lazarus The Delphi Containers library. I called it Containers library for Lazarus. DCL is a free library that provides ArrayList, LinkedList, Vector, HashMap, HashSet, ArraySet, Queue and Stack structures to Delphi/Kylix.It also provides algorithms like in STL (Apply, Found, CountObject, Copy, Generate, Fill, Reverse, Sort...).

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Delphi/Kylix, Lazarus

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2013-02-13

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