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La classe SplMinHeap

(PHP 5 >= 5.3.0, PHP 7, PHP 8)

Introduction

La classe SplMinHeap fournit une interface pour un tas, qui conserve le minimum sur le haut.

Synopsis de la classe

class SplMinHeap extends SplHeap {
/* Méthodes */
protected compare(mixed $value1, mixed $value2): int
/* Méthodes héritées */
protected SplHeap::compare(mixed $value1, mixed $value2): int
public SplHeap::count(): int
public SplHeap::insert(mixed $value): bool
public SplHeap::isCorrupted(): bool
public SplHeap::isEmpty(): bool
public SplHeap::key(): int
public SplHeap::next(): void
public SplHeap::rewind(): void
public SplHeap::valid(): bool
}

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gom
2 years ago
I experimented what happens when arrays are inserted:

<?php
$heap
= new SplMinHeap();
$heap->insert([22,333]);
$heap->insert([2,33]);
$heap->insert([222,3]);

var_export($heap->extract());
echo
'<br>';
var_export($heap->extract());
echo
'<br>';
var_export($heap->extract());
?>

Output:

array ( 0 => 2, 1 => 33, )
array ( 0 => 22, 1 => 333, )
array ( 0 => 222, 1 => 3, )
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