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Unigine::Tree::Iterator Class

Header:#include <UnigineTree.h>

Tree::Iterator Class

Members


Node * get()

Returns iterator's node pointer.

Return value

The iterator's node pointer.

Iterator()

Default constructor.

Iterator(const Iterator & it)

Copy constructor.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - Iterator.

int operator!=(const Iterator & it) const

Check if two iterators are not the same.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - The second iterator.

Return value

Returns 1 if iterators are not the same; otherwise, 0 is returned.

int operator!=(const typename Tree< Key, Data >::ConstIterator & it) const

Check if two iterators are not the same.

Arguments

  • const typename Tree< Key, Data >::ConstIterator & it - The second iterator.

Return value

Returns 1 if iterators are not the same; otherwise, 0 is returned.

Node & operator*()

Returns iterator's node reference.

Return value

The iterator's node reference.

Iterator & operator++()

Increases the iterator position.

Return value

The iterator referring to the next element.

Iterator operator++()

Increases the iterator position.

Return value

The iterator referring to the current element.

Iterator & operator--()

Decreases the iterator position.

Return value

The iterator referring to the prev element.

Iterator operator--()

Decreases the iterator position.

Return value

The iterator referring to the current element.

Node * operator->()

Returns iterator's node pointer.

Return value

The iterator's node.

Iterator & operator=(const Iterator & it)

Assignment operator for the iterator.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - Iterator.

int operator==(const Iterator & it) const

Check if two iterators are actually the same.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - The second iterator.

Return value

Returns 1 if iterators are the same; otherwise, 0 is returned.

int operator==(const typename Tree< Key, Data >::ConstIterator & it) const

Check if two iterators are actually the same.

Arguments

  • const typename Tree< Key, Data >::ConstIterator & it - The second iterator.

Return value

Returns 1 if iterators are the same; otherwise, 0 is returned.

~Iterator()

Destructor.
Last update: 2017-07-03