Within their general categories, member functions for each class are listed alphabetically. Member functions fall into three general types:
Functions that are unique to a class. The complete documentation for these functions is presented in the class where they occur. An example is balance(), a member of the class RWBinaryTree.
Functions that are inherited from a base class without being redefined. The complete documentation for these functions is presented in the defining base class. An example is clearAndDestroy(), for class RWBinaryTree, which is inherited from class RWCollection. When a member function is inherited without being redefined, the member function appears in both places, and this guide refers you to the original definition.
Functions that are redefined in a derived class. These are usually virtual functions. The documentation for these functions usually directs you to the base class, but may also mention peculiarities that are relevant to the derived class. An example is apply(), for class RWBinaryTree.
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