BitMagic-C++
strsvsample04.cpp

Example of how to use bm::str_sparse_vector<> - succinct container for bit-transposed string collections with NULL (unassigned) values support

See also
bm::str_sparse_vector
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/** \example strsvsample04.cpp
Example of how to use bm::str_sparse_vector<> - succinct container for
bit-transposed string collections with NULL (unassigned) values support
\sa bm::str_sparse_vector
*/
/*! \file strsvsample04.cpp
\brief Example: str_sparse_vector<> how to work with NULLs values
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "bm.h"
#include "bmstrsparsevec.h"
#include "bmundef.h" /* clear the pre-proc defines from BM */
using namespace std;
int main(void)
{
try
{
// construct container with NULL (unassigned support)
const char* s0 = "asz1234";
std::string str1 = "aqw1234";
std::string str3 = "54z";
std::string str00 = "00";
str_sv.set(0, s0); // set a C-string
str_sv.push_back(str1); // add from an STL string
str_sv.assign(3, str3); // assign element 3 from an STL string
// back-insert iterator can be used to add NULL values
{
auto bi = str_sv.get_back_inserter();
bi = "456"; // add regular value
bi.add_null(); // add NULL value explicitly
bi = (const char*)0; // add NULL via 0 ptr
bi.flush(); // flush insert iterator
}
str_sv.set_null(str_sv.size()); // set a NULL element with automatic resize
// please note that container automatically resizes
std::cout << "sv size()=" << str_sv.size() << endl; // 4
// print out the container content using [] reference
//
for (str_sv_type::size_type i = 0; i < str_sv.size(); ++i)
{
if (str_sv[i].is_null())
cout << i << ":NULL" << endl;
else
{
const char* s = str_sv[i];
cout << i << ":" << s << endl;
}
} // for i
cout << endl;
// clear vector elements in [4, 7] closed interval
// and set elements to NULL
//
str_sv.clear_range(4, 7, true);
// print content using const_iterator which also supports is_null()
//
{
str_sv_type::const_iterator it_end = str_sv.end();
for (; it != it_end; ++it)
{
if (it.is_null())
cout << "NULL" << endl;
else
cout << *it << endl;
} // for it
}
}
catch(std::exception& ex)
{
std::cerr << ex.what() << std::endl;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}