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User Implementations

In addition to the data structures listed in the previous section user-defined data structures can also be used as actual implementation parameters provided they fulfill certain requirements.


Dictionaries

Any class dic_impl that provides the following operations can be used as actual implementation parameter for the _dictionary< K ,I ,dic_impl> and the _d_array< I ,E ,dic_impl> data types (cf. sections Dictionaries and Dictionary Arrays).

class dic_impl {

  virtual int  cmp(GenPtr, GenPtr) const = 0;
  virtual int  int_type()          const = 0;
  virtual void clear_key(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void clear_inf(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void copy_key(GenPtr&)   const = 0;
  virtual void copy_inf(GenPtr&)   const = 0;

public:

typedef ... item;

  dic_impl();
  dic_impl(const dic_impl&);
  virtual ~dic_impl();

  dic_impl& operator=(const dic_impl&);

  GenPtr key(dic_impl_item)  const;
  GenPtr inf(dic_impl_item)  const;

  dic_impl_item insert(GenPtr,GenPtr);
  dic_impl_item lookup(GenPtr) const;
  dic_impl_item first_item() const;
  dic_impl_item next_item(dic_impl_item) const;

  dic_impl_item item(void* p) const 
  { return dic_impl_item(p); }

  void change_inf(dic_impl_item,GenPtr);
  void del_item(dic_impl_item);
  void del(GenPtr);
  void clear();

  int size() const;
};


Priority Queues

Any class prio_impl that provides the following operations can be used as actual implementation parameter for the _priority_queue< K ,I ,prio_impl> data type (cf. section Priority Queues).

class prio_impl $\{$ 

  virtual int  cmp(GenPtr, GenPtr) const = 0;
  virtual int  int_type()          const = 0;
  virtual void clear_key(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void clear_inf(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void copy_key(GenPtr&)   const = 0;
  virtual void copy_inf(GenPtr&)  const = 0;

public:

typedef ... item;

  prio_impl();
  prio_impl(int);
  prio_impl(int,int);
  prio_impl(const prio_impl&);
  virtual ~prio_impl();

  prio_impl& operator=(const prio_impl&);

  prio_impl_item insert(GenPtr,GenPtr);
  prio_impl_item find_min() \ const;
  prio_impl_item first_item() const;
  prio_impl_item next_item(prio_impl_item) const;

  prio_impl_item item(void* p) const 
  { return prio_impl_item(p); }
 
  GenPtr key(prio_impl_item) const;
  GenPtr inf(prio_impl_item) const;

  void del_min();
  void del_item(prio_impl_item);
  void decrease_key(prio_impl_item,GenPtr);
  void change_inf(prio_impl_item,GenPtr);
  void clear();
  
  int  size()  const;
};

Sorted Sequences

Any class seq_impl that provides the following operations can be used as actual implementation parameter for the _sortseq< K ,I ,seq_impl> data type (cf. section Sorted Sequences).

class seq_impl  {

  virtual int  cmp(GenPtr, GenPtr) const = 0;
  virtual int  int_type()          const = 0;
  virtual void clear_key(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void clear_inf(GenPtr&)  const = 0;
  virtual void copy_key(GenPtr&)   const = 0;
  virtual void copy_inf(GenPtr&)   const = 0;

public:

typedef ... item;

  seq_impl();
  seq_impl(const seq_impl&);
  virtual ~seq_impl();

  seq_impl& operator=(const seq_impl&);
  seq_impl& conc(seq_impl&);
 
  seq_impl_item insert(GenPtr,GenPtr);
  seq_impl_item insert_at_item(seq_impl_item,GenPtr,GenPtr);
  seq_impl_item lookup(GenPtr) const;
  seq_impl_item locate(GenPtr) const;
  seq_impl_item locate_pred(GenPtr) const;
  seq_impl_item succ(seq_impl_item) const;
  seq_impl_item pred(seq_impl_item) const;
  seq_impl_item item(void* p) const 
  { return seq_impl_item(p); }
 
  GenPtr key(seq_impl_item) const;
  GenPtr inf(seq_impl_item) const;
 
  void del(GenPtr); 
  void del_item(seq_impl_item); 
  void change_inf(seq_impl_item,GenPtr);
  void split_at_item(seq_impl_item,seq_impl&,seq_impl&);
  void reverse_items(seq_impl_item,seq_impl_item); 
  void clear();
 
  int  size()  const;
};



Christian Uhrig 2017-04-07