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org.apache.jorphan.collections
Class SortedHashTree

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.jorphan.collections.HashTree
      extended by org.apache.jorphan.collections.SortedHashTree
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, Map<Object,HashTree>

public class SortedHashTree
extends HashTree
implements Serializable

SortedHashTree is a different implementation of the HashTree collection class. In the SortedHashTree, the ordering of values in the tree is made explicit via the compare() function of objects added to the tree. This works in exactly the same fashion as it does for a SortedSet.

See Also:
HashTree, TODO does not appear to be used currently, Serialized Form

Nested Class Summary
 
Nested classes/interfaces inherited from interface java.util.Map
Map.Entry<K,V>
 
Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class org.apache.jorphan.collections.HashTree
data
 
Constructor Summary
SortedHashTree()
           
SortedHashTree(Collection<?> keys)
           
SortedHashTree(Collection<?> keys, Comparator<? super Object> comper)
           
SortedHashTree(Comparator<? super Object> comper)
           
SortedHashTree(Object key)
           
SortedHashTree(Object[] keys)
           
SortedHashTree(Object[] keys, Comparator<? super Object> comper)
           
SortedHashTree(Object key, Comparator<? super Object> comper)
           
 
Method Summary
protected  HashTree createNewTree()
          Creates a new tree.
protected  HashTree createNewTree(Collection<?> values)
          Creates a new tree.
protected  HashTree createNewTree(Object key)
          Creates a new tree.
 
Methods inherited from class org.apache.jorphan.collections.HashTree
add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, add, addTreePath, clear, clone, cloneTree, containsKey, containsValue, entrySet, equals, get, getArray, getArray, getArray, getArray, getTree, getTree, getTree, getTreePath, hashCode, isEmpty, keySet, list, list, list, list, put, putAll, remove, replaceKey, search, set, set, set, set, set, set, set, set, set, size, toString, traverse, values
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree()

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Comparator<? super Object> comper)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Object key)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Object key,
                      Comparator<? super Object> comper)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Collection<?> keys)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Collection<?> keys,
                      Comparator<? super Object> comper)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Object[] keys)

SortedHashTree

public SortedHashTree(Object[] keys,
                      Comparator<? super Object> comper)
Method Detail

createNewTree

protected HashTree createNewTree()
Creates a new tree. This method exists to allow inheriting classes to generate the appropriate types of nodes. For instance, when a node is added, it's value is a HashTree. Rather than directly calling the HashTree() constructor, the createNewTree() method is called. Inheriting classes should override these methods and create the appropriate subclass of HashTree.

Overrides:
createNewTree in class HashTree
Returns:
HashTree

createNewTree

protected HashTree createNewTree(Object key)
Creates a new tree. This method exists to allow inheriting classes to generate the appropriate types of nodes. For instance, when a node is added, it's value is a HashTree. Rather than directly calling the HashTree() constructor, the createNewTree() method is called. Inheriting classes should override these methods and create the appropriate subclass of HashTree.

Overrides:
createNewTree in class HashTree
Parameters:
key - object to use as the key for the top level
Returns:
newly created HashTree

createNewTree

protected HashTree createNewTree(Collection<?> values)
Creates a new tree. This method exists to allow inheriting classes to generate the appropriate types of nodes. For instance, when a node is added, it's value is a HashTree. Rather than directly calling the HashTree() constructor, the createNewTree() method is called. Inheriting classes should override these methods and create the appropriate subclass of HashTree.

Overrides:
createNewTree in class HashTree
Parameters:
values - objects to be added to the new HashTree
Returns:
newly created HashTree

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