DataDblNs

trait DataDblNs[A <: ElemDblN] extends DataValueNs[A] with ArrayDblBacked

Base trait for classes that are defined by collections of elements that are products of Doubles, backed by an underlying Array[Double]. As well as ArrDblNs classes this is also the base trait for classes like polygons that are defined by a collection of points.

trait DataValueNs[A]
trait DataImut[A]
trait DataGen[A]
class Any
trait ArrDblNs[A]
trait ArrDbl1s[A]
class Angles
trait ArrDbl2s[A]
class MyDbl2s
class PolygonM
class Pt2s
class Vec2MArr
class LatLongs
trait ArrDbl3s[A]
class Pt3s
trait ArrDbl4s[A]
class LineSegs
trait ArrDbl5s[A]
trait ArrDbl6s[A]
trait ArrDbl7s[A]
trait DataDbl2s[A]
trait LinePathDbl2s[A]
class LinePath
trait PolygonDbl2s[VT]
class PolygonLL
trait Pt2sLike
trait DataDbl3s[A]
trait LinePathDbl3s[A]
trait PolygonDbl3s[VT]
class PolygonM3
trait DataDbl4s[A]
trait DataDbl5s[A]
trait DataDbl6s[A]
trait DataDbl7s[A]
trait LinePathDblNs[A]
trait PolygonDblNs[VT]

Type members

Types

type ThisT <: DataDblNs[A]

Value members

Abstract methods

def unsafeFromArray(array: Array[Double]): ThisT

Concrete methods

@inline
override def arrLen: Int
Definition Classes
override def reverseData: ThisT
Definition Classes
def unsafeReverseArray: Array[Double]

Reverses the order of the elements in a new Array[Double] which is returned.

Reverses the order of the elements in a new Array[Double] which is returned.

final override def unsafeSameSize(length: Int): ThisT
Definition Classes

Inherited methods

def dataFold[B](initVal: B)(f: (B, A) => B): B
Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataForeach[U](f: A => U): Unit

Performs a side effecting function on each element of this sequence in order.

Performs a side effecting function on each element of this sequence in order.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataIForeach[U](initIndex: Int)(f: (Int, A) => U): Unit

Index with foreach on the data elements. Performs a side effecting function on the index and each element of the data sequence. It takes a function as a parameter. The function may return Unit. If it does return a non Unit value it is discarded. The [U] type parameter is there just to avoid warnings about discarded values and can be ignored by method users. The method has 2 versions / name overloads. The default start for the index is 0 if just the function parameter is passed. The second version name overload takes an Int for the first parameter list, to set the start value of the index. Note the function signature follows the foreach based convention of putting the collection element 2nd or last as seen for example in fold methods' (accumulator, element) => B signature.

Index with foreach on the data elements. Performs a side effecting function on the index and each element of the data sequence. It takes a function as a parameter. The function may return Unit. If it does return a non Unit value it is discarded. The [U] type parameter is there just to avoid warnings about discarded values and can be ignored by method users. The method has 2 versions / name overloads. The default start for the index is 0 if just the function parameter is passed. The second version name overload takes an Int for the first parameter list, to set the start value of the index. Note the function signature follows the foreach based convention of putting the collection element 2nd or last as seen for example in fold methods' (accumulator, element) => B signature.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataIForeach[U](f: (Int, A) => Any): Unit

Index with foreach on the data elements. Performs a side effecting function on the index and each element of the data sequence. It takes a function as a parameter. The function may return Unit. If it does return a non Unit value it is discarded. The [U] type parameter is there just to avoid warnings about discarded values and can be ignored by method users. The method has 2 versions / name overloads. The default start for the index is 0 if just the function parameter is passed. The second version name overload takes an Int for the first parameter list, to set the start value of the index. Note the function signature follows the foreach based convention of putting the collection element 2nd or last as seen for example in fold methods' (accumulator, element) => B signature.

Index with foreach on the data elements. Performs a side effecting function on the index and each element of the data sequence. It takes a function as a parameter. The function may return Unit. If it does return a non Unit value it is discarded. The [U] type parameter is there just to avoid warnings about discarded values and can be ignored by method users. The method has 2 versions / name overloads. The default start for the index is 0 if just the function parameter is passed. The second version name overload takes an Int for the first parameter list, to set the start value of the index. Note the function signature follows the foreach based convention of putting the collection element 2nd or last as seen for example in fold methods' (accumulator, element) => B signature.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataLast: A
Inherited from:
DataGen
final override def dataLength: Int

The number of product elements in this collection. For example in a [[PolygonImp], this is the number of Pt2s in the Polygon

The number of product elements in this collection. For example in a [[PolygonImp], this is the number of Pt2s in the Polygon

Definition Classes
Inherited from:
DataValueNs
def dataLengthStr: String

Just a handy short cut to give the length of this collection as a string.

Just a handy short cut to give the length of this collection as a string.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataMap[B, ArrB <: SeqImut[B]](f: A => B)(implicit ev: ArrBuilder[B, ArrB]): ArrB

Specialised map to an immutable SeqImut of B. For SeqGen dataMap is the same as map, but for other structures it will be different, for example a PolygonLike will map to another PolgonLike.

Specialised map to an immutable SeqImut of B. For SeqGen dataMap is the same as map, but for other structures it will be different, for example a PolygonLike will map to another PolgonLike.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataTailForeach[U](f: A => U): Unit

Foreachs over the tail of the data sequence.

Foreachs over the tail of the data sequence.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def dataTailfold[B](initial: B)(f: (B, A) => B): B

foldLeft over the tail of the data sequence.

foldLeft over the tail of the data sequence.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def elemProdSize: Int

The number of atomic values, Ints, Doubles, Longs etc that specify / construct an element of this immutable flat Array based collection class.

The number of atomic values, Ints, Doubles, Longs etc that specify / construct an element of this immutable flat Array based collection class.

Inherited from:
DataValueNs
final def elemsStr: String

The element String allows the composition of toString for the whole collection. The syntax of the output will be reworked.

The element String allows the composition of toString for the whole collection. The syntax of the output will be reworked.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def fElemStr: A => String
Inherited from:
DataGen
@inline
def indexData(index: Int): A

apply method accesses the individual elements of the sequence by 0 based index.

apply method accesses the individual elements of the sequence by 0 based index.

Inherited from:
DataGen
final override def toString: String
Definition Classes
DataGen -> Any
Inherited from:
DataGen
def typeStr: String

String specifying the type of this object.

String specifying the type of this object.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def unsafeArray: Array[Double]
Inherited from:
ArrayDblBacked
def unsafeSetElem(i: Int, value: A): Unit

Sets / mutates an element in the Arr. This method should rarely be needed by end users, but is used by the initialisation and factory methods.

Sets / mutates an element in the Arr. This method should rarely be needed by end users, but is used by the initialisation and factory methods.

Inherited from:
DataGen
def unsafeSetElems(index: Int, elems: A*): Unit

Sets / mutates elements in the Arr. This method should rarely be needed by end users, but is used by the initialisation and factory methods.

Sets / mutates elements in the Arr. This method should rarely be needed by end users, but is used by the initialisation and factory methods.

Inherited from:
DataGen