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// // HtVector.h // // HtVector: A Vector class which holds objects of type Object. // (A vector is an array that can expand as necessary) // This class is very similar in interface to the List class // // Part of the ht://Dig package <> // Copyright (c) 1999-2004 The ht://Dig Group // For copyright details, see the file COPYING in your distribution // or the GNU Library General Public License (LGPL) version 2 or later // <> // // $Id: HtVector.h,v 1.10 2004/05/28 13:15:21 lha Exp $ // // #ifndef _HtVector_h_ #define _HtVector_h_ #include "Object.h" class HtVector : public Object { public: // // Constructor/Destructor // HtVector(); HtVector(int capacity); ~HtVector(); // // Add() will append an Object to the end of the vector // void Add(Object *); // // Insert() will insert an object at the given position. If the // position is larger than the number of objects in the vector, the // object is appended; no new objects are created between the end // of the vector and the given position. // void Insert(Object *, int position); // // Assign() will assign the object to the given position, replacing // the object currently there. It is functionally equivalent to calling // RemoveFrom() followed by Insert() void Assign(Object *, int position); // // Find the given object in the vector and remove it from the vector. // The object will NOT be deleted. If the object is not found, // NOTOK will be returned, else OK. // int Remove(Object *); // // Remove the object at the given position // (in some sense, the inverse of Insert) // int RemoveFrom(int position); // // Release() will remove all the objects from the vector. // This will NOT delete them void Release(); // // Destroy() will delete all the objects in the vector. This is // equivalent to calling the destructor // void Destroy(); // // Vector traversel (a bit redundant since you can use []) // void Start_Get() {current_index = -1;} Object *Get_Next(); Object *Get_First(); Object *Next(Object *current); Object *Previous(Object *current); Object *Last() {return element_count<=0?(Object *)NULL:data[element_count-1];} // // Direct access to vector items. To assign new objects, use // Insert() or Add() or Assign() // Object *operator[] (int n) {return (n<0||n>=element_count)?(Object *)NULL:data[n];} Object *Nth(int n) {return (n<0||n>=element_count)?(Object *)NULL:data[n];} // // Access to the number of elements // int Count() const {return element_count;} int IsEmpty() {return element_count==0;} // // Get the index number of an object. If the object is not found, // returns -1 // int Index(Object *); // // Deep copy member function // Object *Copy() const; // // Vector Assignment // HtVector &operator= (HtVector *vector) {return *this = *vector;} HtVector &operator= (HtVector &vector); protected: // // The actual internal data array Object **data; // // For traversal it is nice to know where we are... // int current_index; // // It's nice to keep track of how many things we contain... // as well as how many slots we've declared // int element_count; int allocated; // // Protected function to ensure capacity // void Allocate(int ensureCapacity); }; #endif