ICU 64.1
64.1

This file defines a mutable Unicode code point trie. More...
#include "unicode/utypes.h"
#include "unicode/localpointer.h"
#include "unicode/ucpmap.h"
#include "unicode/ucptrie.h"
#include "unicode/utf8.h"
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File coll.h.  
Typedefs  
typedef struct UMutableCPTrie  UMutableCPTrie 
Mutable Unicode code point trie. More...  
Functions  
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie *  umutablecptrie_open (uint32_t initialValue, uint32_t errorValue, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Creates a mutable trie that initially maps each Unicode code point to the same value. More...  
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie *  umutablecptrie_clone (const UMutableCPTrie *other, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Clones a mutable trie. More...  
U_CAPI void  umutablecptrie_close (UMutableCPTrie *trie) 
Closes a mutable trie and releases associated memory. More...  
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie *  umutablecptrie_fromUCPMap (const UCPMap *map, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Creates a mutable trie with the same contents as the UCPMap. More...  
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie *  umutablecptrie_fromUCPTrie (const UCPTrie *trie, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Creates a mutable trie with the same contents as the immutable one. More...  
U_CAPI uint32_t  umutablecptrie_get (const UMutableCPTrie *trie, UChar32 c) 
Returns the value for a code point as stored in the trie. More...  
U_CAPI UChar32  umutablecptrie_getRange (const UMutableCPTrie *trie, UChar32 start, UCPMapRangeOption option, uint32_t surrogateValue, UCPMapValueFilter *filter, const void *context, uint32_t *pValue) 
Returns the last code point such that all those from start to there have the same value. More...  
U_CAPI void  umutablecptrie_set (UMutableCPTrie *trie, UChar32 c, uint32_t value, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Sets a value for a code point. More...  
U_CAPI void  umutablecptrie_setRange (UMutableCPTrie *trie, UChar32 start, UChar32 end, uint32_t value, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Sets a value for each code point [start..end]. More...  
U_CAPI UCPTrie *  umutablecptrie_buildImmutable (UMutableCPTrie *trie, UCPTrieType type, UCPTrieValueWidth valueWidth, UErrorCode *pErrorCode) 
Compacts the data and builds an immutable UCPTrie according to the parameters. More...  
This file defines a mutable Unicode code point trie.
Definition in file umutablecptrie.h.
typedef struct UMutableCPTrie UMutableCPTrie 
Mutable Unicode code point trie.
Fast map from Unicode code points (U+0000..U+10FFFF) to 32bit integer values. For details see http://site.icuproject.org/design/struct/utrie
Setting values (especially ranges) and lookup is fast. The mutable trie is only somewhat spaceefficient. It builds a compacted, immutable UCPTrie.
This trie can be modified while iterating over its contents. For example, it is possible to merge its values with those from another set of ranges (e.g., another mutable or immutable trie): Iterate over those source ranges; for each of them iterate over this trie; add the source value into the value of each trie range.
Definition at line 49 of file umutablecptrie.h.
U_CAPI UCPTrie* umutablecptrie_buildImmutable  (  UMutableCPTrie *  trie, 
UCPTrieType  type,  
UCPTrieValueWidth  valueWidth,  
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Compacts the data and builds an immutable UCPTrie according to the parameters.
After this, the mutable trie will be empty.
The mutable trie stores 32bit values until buildImmutable() is called. If values shorter than 32 bits are to be stored in the immutable trie, then the upper bits are discarded. For example, when the mutable trie contains values 0x81, 0x7f, and 0xa581, and the value width is 8 bits, then each of these is stored as 0x81 and the immutable trie will return that as an unsigned value. (Some implementations may want to make productive temporary use of the upper bits until buildImmutable() discards them.)
Not every possible set of mappings can be built into a UCPTrie, because of limitations resulting from speed and space optimizations. Every Unicode assigned character can be mapped to a unique value. Typical data yields data structures far smaller than the limitations.
It is possible to construct extremely unusual mappings that exceed the data structure limits. In such a case this function will fail with a U_INDEX_OUTOFBOUNDS_ERROR.
trie  the trie trie 
type  selects the trie type 
valueWidth  selects the number of bits in a trie data value; if smaller than 32 bits, then the values stored in the trie will be truncated first 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie* umutablecptrie_clone  (  const UMutableCPTrie *  other, 
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Clones a mutable trie.
You must umutablecptrie_close() the clone once you are done using it.
other  the trie to clone 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI void umutablecptrie_close  (  UMutableCPTrie *  trie  ) 
Closes a mutable trie and releases associated memory.
trie  the trie 
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie* umutablecptrie_fromUCPMap  (  const UCPMap *  map, 
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Creates a mutable trie with the same contents as the UCPMap.
You must umutablecptrie_close() the mutable trie once you are done using it.
map  the source map 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie* umutablecptrie_fromUCPTrie  (  const UCPTrie *  trie, 
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Creates a mutable trie with the same contents as the immutable one.
You must umutablecptrie_close() the mutable trie once you are done using it.
trie  the immutable trie 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI uint32_t umutablecptrie_get  (  const UMutableCPTrie *  trie, 
UChar32  c  
) 
Returns the value for a code point as stored in the trie.
trie  the trie 
c  the code point 
U_CAPI UChar32 umutablecptrie_getRange  (  const UMutableCPTrie *  trie, 
UChar32  start,  
UCPMapRangeOption  option,  
uint32_t  surrogateValue,  
UCPMapValueFilter *  filter,  
const void *  context,  
uint32_t *  pValue  
) 
Returns the last code point such that all those from start to there have the same value.
Can be used to efficiently iterate over all samevalue ranges in a trie. (This is normally faster than iterating over code points and get()ting each value, but much slower than a data structure that stores ranges directly.)
The trie can be modified between calls to this function.
If the UCPMapValueFilter function pointer is not NULL, then the value to be delivered is passed through that function, and the return value is the end of the range where all values are modified to the same actual value. The value is unchanged if that function pointer is NULL.
See the samesignature ucptrie_getRange() for a code sample.
trie  the trie 
start  range start 
option  defines whether surrogates are treated normally, or as having the surrogateValue; usually UCPMAP_RANGE_NORMAL 
surrogateValue  value for surrogates; ignored if option==UCPMAP_RANGE_NORMAL 
filter  a pointer to a function that may modify the trie data value, or NULL if the values from the trie are to be used unmodified 
context  an opaque pointer that is passed on to the filter function 
pValue  if not NULL, receives the value that every code point start..end has; may have been modified by filter(context, trie value) if that function pointer is not NULL 
U_CAPI UMutableCPTrie* umutablecptrie_open  (  uint32_t  initialValue, 
uint32_t  errorValue,  
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Creates a mutable trie that initially maps each Unicode code point to the same value.
It uses 32bit data values until umutablecptrie_buildImmutable() is called. umutablecptrie_buildImmutable() takes a valueWidth parameter which determines the number of bits in the data value in the resulting UCPTrie. You must umutablecptrie_close() the trie once you are done using it.
initialValue  the initial value that is set for all code points 
errorValue  the value for outofrange code points and illformed UTF8/16 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI void umutablecptrie_set  (  UMutableCPTrie *  trie, 
UChar32  c,  
uint32_t  value,  
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Sets a value for a code point.
trie  the trie 
c  the code point 
value  the value 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 
U_CAPI void umutablecptrie_setRange  (  UMutableCPTrie *  trie, 
UChar32  start,  
UChar32  end,  
uint32_t  value,  
UErrorCode *  pErrorCode  
) 
Sets a value for each code point [start..end].
Faster and more spaceefficient than setting the value for each code point separately.
trie  the trie 
start  the first code point to get the value 
end  the last code point to get the value (inclusive) 
value  the value 
pErrorCode  an in/out ICU UErrorCode 