C-map updating

C-map updating

If the element

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If the key does not already exist in the map, this is the most convenient and most efficient method to insert a key-value pair into the map. This gives you a second chance to waypoint fish or structure after the fact, back at home, if you missed them while on the water.

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If the element does not exist, a new element with the given key and a value constructed using the default constructor is used.

If the element exists, a reference to its value is returned. Gray-shaded contours represent legacy base-map data. The elements are maintained in the sorted order of the keys. Humps and holes, reefs and shoals, drains and ditches, ledges and breaklines will all be much more visible when set apart with custom-color depth shading. What all of this means is that the subscript operator is both convenient and efficient to update the value of an already existing element in the map.

Grayshaded contours represent legacy basemap data