BitMagicC++Library
sample5.cpp

Example demonstrates using enumerators - the fastest way to retrieve indexes of 1 bits from the bitvector. This approach works faster than get_first()/get_next() functions.

See also
bm::bvector<>::enumerator
bm::bvector<>::first()
bm::bvector<>::end()
bm::bvector<>::get_enumerator()
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/** \example sample5.cpp
Example demonstrates using enumerators - the fastest way to retrieve
indexes of 1 bits from the bitvector. This approach works faster than
get_first()/get_next() functions.
\sa bm::bvector<>::enumerator
\sa bm::bvector<>::first()
\sa bm::bvector<>::end()
\sa bm::bvector<>::get_enumerator()
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
#include "bm.h"
using namespace std;
void Print(unsigned n)
{
cout << n << endl;;
}
int main(void)
{
try
{
bv[10] = true;
bv[100] = true;
bv[10000] = true;
bv[65536] = true;
bv[65537] = true;
bv[65538] = true;
bv[65540] = true;
while (en < en_end)
{
cout << *en << ", ";
++en; // Fastest way to increment enumerator
}
cout << endl;
en = bv.first();
// This is not the fastest way to do the job, because for_each
// often will try to calculate difference between iterators,
// which is expensive for enumerators.
// But it can be useful for some STL loyal applications.
std::for_each(en, en_end, Print);
cout << endl;
// example to illustrate random positioning of enumerator
// go to a random bit number, enumerator automatically finds the available bit
//
en.go_to(65537);
for (; en.valid(); ++en)
{
cout << *en << ", ";
}
cout << endl;
}
catch(std::exception& ex)
{
std::cerr << ex.what() << std::endl;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}