PHOE-TOOLBOX - A personal utility library
This is a collection of Lisp utilities that I have collected, and will have collected, over time.
All exported functions are expected to be documented.
A bag is a simple data structure that allows the following: * Inserting elements in O(n) * Retrieving elements at random in O(1) * Returning the count of all elements in O(1)
Basically, if a stack is LIFO, if a queue is FIFO, then a bag is RIRO (random in, random out).
They are of type
BAG and are created via
MAKE-BAG. Contents of a bag are an unspecialized adjustable vector accessible via
BAG-CONTENTS. You can
BAG-INSERT an element into a bag,
BAG-COUNT to get the element count,
BAG-REMOVE an element from the bag and, additionally,
BAG-COMPRESS the bag's internal vector.
- Micha? "phoe" Herda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- BSD 2-clause