ordered_set

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A simple implementation for an ordered set for Dart.

It accepts a compare function that compares items for their priority.

Unlike Dart's SplayTreeSet, it allows for several different elements with the same priority to be added.

It also implements Iterable, so you can iterate it in O(n).

Usage

A simple usage example:

  import 'package:ordered_set/ordered_set.dart';

  main() {
    OrderedSet<int> items = new OrderedSet();
    items.add(2);
    items.add(1);
    print(items.toList()); // [1, 2]
  }

Comparing

In order to assist the creation of OrderedSet's, there is a Comparing class to easily create Comparables:

  // sort by name length
  final people = new OrderedSet<Person>(Comparing.on((p) => p.name.length));

  // sort by name desc
  final people = new OrderedSet<Person>(Comparing.reverse(Comparing.on((p) => p.name)));

  // sort by role and then by name
  final people = new OrderedSet<Person>(Comparing.join([(p) => p.role, (p) => p.name]));

Contributing

All contributions are very welcome! Please feel free to create Issues, help us with PR's or comment your suggestions, feature requests, bugs, et cetera. Give us a star if you liked it!

Libraries

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