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# Interval Skip List #

This data structure maps intervals to values and allows you to find all intervals that contain an index in `O(ln(n))`, where `n` is the number of intervals stored. This implementation is based on Atom's interval-skip-list, which is in turn based on the paper The Interval Skip List by Eric N. Hanson.

## Basic Usage Example #

``````import 'package:interval_skip_list/interval_skip_list.dart';

final list = new IntervalSkipList(minIndex: -0x80000000, maxIndex: 0x7FFFFFFF);

list.insert('a', 2, 7);
list.insert('b', 1, 5);
list.insert('c', 8, 8);

print(list.findContaining([1]));
// ['b']
print(list.findContaining([2]));
// ['b', 'a']
print(list.findContaining([8]));
// ['c']

list.remove('b');

print(list.findContaining([2]));
// ['a']
``````

## Using a Custom Comparator #

You can also supply a custom comparator function with corresponding min and max index values. The following example uses lists expressing coordinate pairs instead of the default numeric values:

``````final list = new IntervalSkipList(
minIndex: [-0x80000000],
maxIndex: [0x7FFFFFFF], compare: (a, b) {
if (a[0] < b[0]) return -1;
else if (a[0] > b[0]) return 1;
else {
if (a[1] < b[1]) return -1;
else if (a[1] > b[1]) return 1;
else return 0;
}
});

list.insert("a", [1, 2], [3, 4]);
list.insert("b", [2, 1], [3, 10]);
``````

# Changelog #

## 0.1.0 #

• Turn on strong mode and fix warnings and errors.
• Breaking change - `minIndex` and `maxIndex` arguments of `IntervalSkipList` constructor are no longer optional.

## 0.0.1 #

• Initial version

example/interval_skip_list.dart

``````// Copyright (c) 2015, <your name>. All rights reserved. Use of this source code
// is governed by a BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.

library interval_skip_list.example;

import 'package:interval_skip_list/interval_skip_list.dart';

main() {
final list =
new IntervalSkipList(minIndex: -0x80000000, maxIndex: 0x7FFFFFFF);

list.insert('a', 2, 7);
list.insert('b', 1, 5);
list.insert('c', 8, 8);

print(list.findContaining([1]));
// ['b']
print(list.findContaining([2]));
// ['b', 'a']
print(list.findContaining([8]));
// ['c']

list.remove('b');

print(list.findContaining([2]));
// ['a']
}
``````

## Use this package as a library

### 1. Depend on it

``````
dependencies:
interval_skip_list: ^0.1.0

``````

### 2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

with pub:

``````
\$ pub get

``````

Alternatively, your editor might support `pub get`. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

### 3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

``````
import 'package:interval_skip_list/interval_skip_list.dart';
``````
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