BitMagic-C++
sample18.cpp

Example of bulk insert iterator

See also
bm::bvector::insert_iterator
bm::bvector::bulk_insert_iterator
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/** \example sample18.cpp
Example of bulk insert iterator
\sa bm::bvector::insert_iterator
\sa bm::bvector::bulk_insert_iterator
*/
/*! \file sample18.cpp
\brief Example: bulk insert iterator
Bulk insert iterator uses internal buffer to accumulate a batch
of bit indexes and flush it faster.
This delay makes its behavior different from classic
deterministic STL iterators.
*/
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <iostream>
#include "bm.h"
using namespace std;
int main(void)
{
try
{
// use regular insert iterator to add bits to vector
for (unsigned i = 5; i != 0; --i)
{
iit = i;
cout << bv.count() << ", "; // note that bits are added immediately
}
cout << endl;
bv.clear(); // clear the vector
// bulk insert adds bits faster (on sorted data), but provides no guarantee
// that it happens immediately. Instead it uses an internal buffer to accumulate it first
// and periodically flushes it into the bit-vector.
//
{
for (bm::bvector<>::size_type i = 5; i != 0; --i)
{
bulk_iit = i;
cout << bv.count() << ", "; // note that bits are NOT added immediately
}
cout << endl;
} // <= scope is a point when data flush happens (on destruction)
cout << bv.count() << endl; // now all bits are added
bv.clear();
// bulk content flash can be forced, before going out-of-scope
// which may be problematic due to possible exceptions from the destructor.
//
{
for (bm::bvector<>::size_type i = 0; i < 5; ++i)
bulk_iit = i;
cout << bv.count() << endl; // not added yet
bulk_iit.flush(); // force bulk iterator to submit the data
cout << bv.count() << endl; // now added!
}
}
catch(std::exception& ex)
{
std::cerr << ex.what() << std::endl;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
bm::bvector::insert_iterator
Output iterator iterator designed to set "ON" bits based on input sequence of integers (bit indeces).
Definition: bm.h:377
main
int main(void)
Definition: sample18.cpp:42
bm::bvector<>
bm::bvector::count
size_type count() const BMNOEXCEPT
population cout (count of ON bits)
Definition: bm.h:2208
bm::bvector::clear
void clear(const size_type *ids, size_type ids_size, bm::sort_order so=bm::BM_UNKNOWN)
clear list of bits in this bitset
Definition: bm.h:3560
bm::bvector::inserter
insert_iterator inserter()
Definition: bm.h:1259
bm::bvector::bulk_insert_iterator::flush
void flush()
Definition: bm.h:563
bm::bvector::bulk_insert_iterator
Output iterator iterator designed to set "ON" bits based on input sequence of integers.
Definition: bm.h:461
bm::bvector::size_type
bm::id_t size_type
Definition: bm.h:117
bm.h
Compressed bit-vector bvector<> container, set algebraic methods, traversal iterators.