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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      consistency update · 69918f23
      Mark Olesen authored
      - OSspecific: chmod() -> chMod(), even although it's not used anywhere
      
      - ListOps get subset() and inplaceSubset() templated on BoolListType
      
      - added UList<bool>::operator[](..) const specialization.
        Returns false (actually pTraits<bool>::zero) for out-of-range elements.
        This lets us use List<bool> with lazy evaluation and no noticeable
        change in performance.
      
      - use rcIndex() and fcIndex() wherever possible.
        Could check if branching or modulus is faster for fcIndex().
      
      - UList and FixedList get 'const T* cdata() const' and 'T* data()' members.
        Similar to the STL front() and std::string::data() methods, they return a
        pointer to the first element without needing to write '&myList[0]', recast
        begin() or violate const-ness.
      69918f23
  31. 10 Jan, 2009 1 commit
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      Simplify checking of container (List/HashTable, strings) sizes · 95dcb6de
      Mark Olesen authored
      - can use 'XX.empty()' instead of 'XX.size() == 0', 'XX.size() < 1' or
        'XX.size() <= 0' or for simpler coding.
        It also has the same number of characters as '!XX.size()' and /might/ be
        more readable
      
      - many size checking had 'XX.size() > 0', 'XX.size() != 0', or 'XX.size() >= 1'
        when a simple 'XX.size()' suffices
      95dcb6de
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