Thank you for fast reply.
Is it possible to write loop something like iterator style?
for (std::map<std::string, int>::iterator it = map.begin();it!=map.end();It++)
And we experience issues with maps with pointer data type. We can’t access the data. Like std::map<std::string, UserClass *>
We register it as Map type, and can access it, but not the “second” elements. I will provide sample as it will be possible