What is the easiest way to initialize a std vector with hardcoded elements

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I can make an array and initialise it as follows:

int a[] = {10, 20, 30};

How can I make a std::vector and initialise it in the same way?

The best method I know is:

std::vector<int> ints;

ints.push_back(10);
ints.push_back(20);
ints.push_back(30);

Is there an alternative?

Jun 27, 2022 in C++ by Nicholas
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