General Utility Library for C++14  2.7
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SlidingBuffer.h File Reference

Detailed Description

Declaration of the SlidingBuffer class for the General Utility Library.

Authors
General Utility Library Contributors
Date
Created on Feb 7, 2019

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#include <algorithm>
#include <array>
#include <ostream>
#include <vector>
#include "gul14/cat.h"
#include "gul14/internal.h"
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Classes

class  gul14::SlidingBuffer< ElementT, fixed_capacity, Container >
 A circular data buffer of (semi-)fixed capacity to which elements can be added at the front or at the back. More...
 
class  gul14::SlidingBuffer< ElementT, fixed_capacity, Container >::SlidingBufferIterator< BufferPointer >
 Iterator of the SlidingBuffer container. More...
 
class  gul14::SlidingBuffer< ElementT, fixed_capacity, Container >::SlidingBufferIterator< BufferPointer >
 Iterator of the SlidingBuffer container. More...
 
class  gul14::SlidingBufferExposed< ElementT, fixed_capacity, Container >
 A variant of SlidingBuffer that exposes the underlying container through its iterator interface. More...
 

Namespaces

 gul14
 Namespace gul14 contains all functions and classes of the General Utility Library.
 

Enumerations

enum  gul14::ShrinkBehavior { keep_front_elements, keep_back_elements }
 Determine how a SlidingBuffer handles decreases of its size. More...