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Unigine::Vector Class

Header: #include <UnigineVector.h>

A vector container template.

Warning
In UnigineScript, a vector is a sequence container which represents an array of flexible size. See Containers article for the details.

Vector Class

Members


void set ( int index, const Type & t ) #

Sets an item with a given index.

Arguments

  • int index - Item index.
  • const Type & t - Item to set.

Type & get ( int index ) #

Returns an item by a given index.

Arguments

  • int index - Item index.

Return value

Item.

const Type & get ( int index ) # const

Returns a constant item by a given index.

Arguments

  • int index - Item index.

Return value

Item.

Type * get ( ) #

Returns the pointer to the vector.

Return value

Pointer to the vector.

const Type * get ( ) # const

Returns the constant pointer to the vector.

Return value

Constant pointer to the vector.

void allocate ( int size ) #

Reserves the exact amount of memory enough to contain the specified number of items.

Arguments

  • int size - Exact vector size.
    Notice
    If the specified value is greater than the current vector capacity, the method causes the container to reallocate its storage increasing capacity to the specified value. In all other cases the capacity is not affected.

void append ( const Type & t ) #

Appends an item.

Arguments

  • const Type & t - Item to append.

void append ( int pos, const Type & t ) #

Appends an item at a given position.

Arguments

  • int pos - Position.
  • const Type & t - Item to append.

void append ( const Vector< Type > & v ) #

Appends a vector.

Arguments

  • const Vector< Type > & v - Vector to append.

void append ( const Type * v, int size ) #

Appends a vector with a given size.

Arguments

  • const Type * v - Pointer to the vector to append.
  • int size - Vector size.

Iterator back ( ) #

Returns the back iterator.

Return value

Back iterator.

ConstIterator back ( ) # const

Returns the back iterator.

Return value

Back iterator.

Iterator begin ( ) #

Returns the begin iterator.

Return value

Begin iterator.

ConstIterator begin ( ) # const

Returns the begin iterator.

Return value

Begin iterator.

void clear ( ) #

Clears the vector.

void destroy ( ) #

Destroys the vector.

int empty ( ) # const

Returns a value indicating if the vector is empty.

Return value

1 if the vector is empty; otherwise, 0.

Iterator end ( ) #

Returns the end iterator.

Return value

End iterator.

ConstIterator end ( ) # const

Returns the end iterator.

Return value

End iterator.

Iterator find ( const T & t ) #

Finds an item in the vector.

Arguments

  • const T & t - Item.

Return value

Iterator.

ConstIterator find ( const T & t ) # const

Finds an item in the vector.

Arguments

  • const T & t - Item.

Return value

Const iterator.

int findIndex ( const T & t ) # const

Finds an index of a given item in the vector.

Arguments

  • const T & t - Item.

Return value

Item index.

int leftIndex ( const T & t ) # const

Returns the index of the left neighbor of a given item.

Arguments

  • const T & t - Item.

Return value

Left neighbor index.

Vector< Type > & operator= ( const Vector< Type > & v ) #

Assignment operator for the vector.

Arguments

  • const Vector< Type > & v - Vector.

Type & operator[] ( int index ) #

Vector item access.

Arguments

  • int index - Item index.

Return value

Vector item.

const Type & operator[] ( int index ) # const

Vector item access.

Arguments

  • int index - Item index.

Return value

Vector item.

void remove ( ) #

Removes the last item.

void remove ( int pos, int size ) #

Removes an item(s) at a given position.

Arguments

  • int pos - Position.
  • int size - Number of items to remove.

void remove ( const Iterator & it ) #

Removes an item indicated by a given iterator.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - Iterator.

void removeFast ( int pos ) #

Removes an item at a given position.

Arguments

  • int pos - Position.

void removeFast ( const Iterator & it ) #

Removes an item indicated by a given iterator.

Arguments

  • const Iterator & it - Iterator.

void reserve ( int size ) #

Reserves memory at least enough to contain the specified number of items.

Arguments

  • int size - Minimum vector size.
    Notice
    If the specified value is greater than the current vector capacity, the method causes the container to reallocate its storage increasing capacity to the specified value (or greater). In all other cases the capacity is not affected.

void resize ( int size ) #

Resizes a vector.

Arguments

  • int size - New vector size.

int rightIndex ( const T & t ) # const

Returns the index of the right neighbor of a given item.

Arguments

  • const T & t - Item.

Return value

Right neighbor index.

int size ( ) # const

Returns the size of the vector.

Return value

Vector size.

int space ( ) # const

Returns the capacity of the vector. The value may be greater than the size.

Return value

Vector capacity.

Vector ( ) #

Default constructor. Produces an empty vector.

Vector ( const Vector< Type > & v ) #

Copy constructor.

Arguments

  • const Vector< Type > & v - Vector.

Vector ( const Type & t, int size ) #

Constructor. Produces a vector with a specified size and initialization.

Arguments

  • const Type & t - Item value.
  • int size - Vector size.

Vector ( const Type * v, int size ) #

Copy constructor. Produces a vector with a specified size.

Arguments

  • const Type * v - Vector pointer.
  • int size - Vector size.

explicit Vector ( int size ) #

Explicit constructor. Produces a vector with specified size.

Arguments

  • int size - Vector size.

~Vector ( ) #

Destructor.
Last update: 2019-11-28