The Vector class

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A Vector is a sequence of values in a contiguous buffer that grows and shrinks automatically. It’s the most efficient sequential structure because a value’s index is a direct mapping to its index in the buffer, and the growth factor isn't bound to a specific multiple or exponent.


  • Supports array syntax (square brackets).
  • Uses less overall memory than an array for the same number of values.
  • Automatically frees allocated memory when its size drops low enough.
  • Capacity does not have to be a power of 2.
  • get(), set(), push(), pop() are all O(1).


  • shift(), unshift(), insert() and remove() are all O(n).


Ds\Vector implements Ds\Sequence , ArrayAccess {
/* Constants */
const int MIN_CAPACITY = 10 ;
/* メソッド */
public allocate(int $capacity): void
public apply(callable $callback): void
public capacity(): int
public clear(): void
public contains(mixed ...$values): bool
public copy(): Ds\Vector
public filter(callable $callback = ?): Ds\Vector
public find(mixed $value): mixed
public first(): mixed
public get(int $index): mixed
public insert(int $index, mixed ...$values): void
public isEmpty(): bool
public join(string $glue = ?): string
public last(): mixed
public map(callable $callback): Ds\Vector
public merge(mixed $values): Ds\Vector
public pop(): mixed
public push(mixed ...$values): void
public reduce(callable $callback, mixed $initial = ?): mixed
public remove(int $index): mixed
public reverse(): void
public rotate(int $rotations): void
public set(int $index, mixed $value): void
public shift(): mixed
public slice(int $index, int $length = ?): Ds\Vector
public sort(callable $comparator = ?): void
public sorted(callable $comparator = ?): Ds\Vector
public sum(): int|float
public toArray(): array
public unshift(mixed $values = ?): void




バージョン 説明
PECL ds 1.3.0 The class now implements ArrayAccess.


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