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*   Copyright (C) 1999-2001, International Business Machines
*   Corporation and others.  All Rights Reserved.
*   Date        Name        Description
*   10/22/99    alan        Creation.  This is an internal header.
*                           It should not be exported.

#ifndef UVECTOR_H
#define UVECTOR_H

#include "unicode/utypes.h"
#include "uhash.h"


 * <p>Ultralightweight C++ implementation of a <tt>void*</tt> vector
 * that is (mostly) compatible with java.util.Vector.
 * <p>This is a very simple implementation, written to satisfy an
 * immediate porting need.  As such, it is not completely fleshed out,
 * and it aims for simplicity and conformity.  Nonetheless, it serves
 * its purpose (porting code from java that uses java.util.Vector)
 * well, and it could be easily made into a more robust vector class.
 * <p><b>Design notes</b>
 * <p>There is index bounds checking, but little is done about it.  If
 * indices are out of bounds, either nothing happens, or zero is
 * returned.  We <em>do</em> avoid indexing off into the weeds.
 * <p>There is detection of out of memory, but the handling is very
 * coarse-grained -- similar to UnicodeString's protocol, but even
 * coarser.  The class contains <em>one static flag</em> that is set
 * when any call to <tt>new</tt> returns zero.  This allows the caller
 * to use several vectors and make just one check at the end to see if
 * a memory failure occurred.  This is more efficient than making a
 * check after each call on each vector when doing many operations on
 * multiple vectors.  The single static flag works best when memory
 * failures are infrequent, and when recovery options are limited or
 * nonexistent.
 * <p>Since we don't have garbage collection, UVector was given the
 * option to <em>own</em>its contents.  To employ this, set a deleter
 * function.  The deleter is called on a void* pointer when that
 * pointer is released by the vector, either when the vector itself is
 * destructed, or when a call to setElementAt() overwrites an element,
 * or when a call to remove() or one of its variants explicitly
 * removes an element.  If no deleter is set, or the deleter is set to
 * zero, then it is assumed that the caller will delete elements as
 * needed.
 * <p>In order to implement methods such as contains() and indexOf(),
 * UVector needs a way to compare objects for equality.  To do so, it
 * uses a comparison frunction, or "comparer."  If the comparer is not
 * set, or is set to zero, then all such methods will act as if the
 * vector contains no element.  That is, indexOf() will always return
 * -1, contains() will always return FALSE, etc.
 * <p><b>To do</b>
 * <p>Improve the handling of index out of bounds errors.
 * @author Alan Liu
00070 class U_COMMON_API UVector {
    // NOTE: UVector uses the UHashKey (union of void* and int32_t) as
    // its basic storage type.  It uses UKeyComparator as its
    // comparison function.  It uses UObjectDeleter as its deleter
    // function.  These are named for hashtables, but used here as-is
    // rather than duplicating the type.  This allows sharing of
    // support functions.

    int32_t count;

    int32_t capacity;

    UHashTok* elements;

    UObjectDeleter deleter;

    UKeyComparator comparer;

    UVector(UErrorCode &status);

    UVector(int32_t initialCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

    UVector(UObjectDeleter d, UKeyComparator c, UErrorCode &status);

    UVector(UObjectDeleter d, UKeyComparator c, int32_t initialCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

    // java.util.Vector API

    void addElement(void* obj, UErrorCode &status);

    void addElement(int32_t elem, UErrorCode &status);

    void setElementAt(void* obj, int32_t index);

    void setElementAt(int32_t elem, int32_t index);

    void insertElementAt(void* obj, int32_t index, UErrorCode &status);

    void* elementAt(int32_t index) const;

    int32_t elementAti(int32_t index) const;

    void* firstElement(void) const;

    void* lastElement(void) const;

    int32_t lastElementi(void) const;

    int32_t indexOf(void* obj, int32_t startIndex = 0) const;

    int32_t indexOf(int32_t obj, int32_t startIndex = 0) const;

    UBool contains(void* obj) const;

    UBool contains(int32_t obj) const;

    void removeElementAt(int32_t index);

    UBool removeElement(void* obj);

    void removeAllElements();

    int32_t size(void) const;

    UBool isEmpty(void) const;

    UBool ensureCapacity(int32_t minimumCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

     * Change the size of this vector as follows: If newSize is
     * smaller, then truncate the array, possibly deleting held
     * elements for i >= newSize.  If newSize is larger, grow the
     * array, filling in new slows with NULL.
    void setSize(int32_t newSize);

     * Fill in the given array with all elements of this vector.
    void** toArray(void** result) const;

    // New API

    UObjectDeleter setDeleter(UObjectDeleter d);

    UKeyComparator setComparer(UKeyComparator c);

    void* operator[](int32_t index) const;

     * Removes the element at the given index from this vector and
     * transfer ownership of it to the caller.  After this call, the
     * caller owns the result and must delete it and the vector entry
     * at 'index' is removed, shifting all subsequent entries back by
     * one index and shortening the size of the vector by one.  If the
     * index is out of range or if there is no item at the given index
     * then 0 is returned and the vector is unchanged.
    void* orphanElementAt(int32_t index);

    void _init(int32_t initialCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

    // Disallow
    UVector(const UVector&);

    // Disallow
    UVector& operator=(const UVector&);

 * <p>Ultralightweight C++ implementation of a <tt>void*</tt> stack
 * that is (mostly) compatible with java.util.Stack.  As in java, this
 * is merely a paper thin layer around UVector.  See the UVector
 * documentation for further information.
 * <p><b>Design notes</b>
 * <p>The element at index <tt>n-1</tt> is (of course) the top of the
 * stack.
 * <p>The poorly named <tt>empty()</tt> method doesn't empty the
 * stack; it determines if the stack is empty.
 * @author Alan Liu
00204 class U_COMMON_API UStack : public UVector {
    UStack(UErrorCode &status);

    UStack(int32_t initialCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

    UStack(UObjectDeleter d, UKeyComparator c, UErrorCode &status);

    UStack(UObjectDeleter d, UKeyComparator c, int32_t initialCapacity, UErrorCode &status);

    // It's okay not to have a virtual destructor (in UVector)
    // because UStack has no special cleanup to do.

    UBool empty(void) const;

    void* peek(void) const;

    int32_t peeki(void) const;
    void* pop(void);
    int32_t popi(void);
    void* push(void* obj, UErrorCode &status);

    int32_t push(int32_t i, UErrorCode &status);

    int32_t search(void* obj) const;

    // Disallow
    UStack(const UStack&);

    // Disallow
    UStack& operator=(const UStack&);

// UVector inlines

inline int32_t UVector::size(void) const {
    return count;

inline UBool UVector::isEmpty(void) const {
    return count == 0;

inline UBool UVector::contains(void* obj) const {
    return indexOf(obj) >= 0;

inline UBool UVector::contains(int32_t obj) const {
    return indexOf(obj) >= 0;

inline void* UVector::firstElement(void) const {
    return elementAt(0);

inline void* UVector::lastElement(void) const {
    return elementAt(count-1);

inline int32_t UVector::lastElementi(void) const {
    return elementAti(count-1);

inline void* UVector::operator[](int32_t index) const {
    return elementAt(index);

// UStack inlines

inline UBool UStack::empty(void) const {
    return isEmpty();

inline void* UStack::peek(void) const {
    return lastElement();

inline int32_t UStack::peeki(void) const {
    return lastElementi();

inline void* UStack::push(void* obj, UErrorCode &status) {
    addElement(obj, status);
    return obj;

inline int32_t UStack::push(int32_t i, UErrorCode &status) {
    addElement(i, status);
    return i;



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