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/* $Id: idictdef.h 9043 2008-08-28 22:48:19Z giles $ */
/* Internals of dictionary implementation */
# define idictdef_INCLUDED
* A dictionary of capacity M is a structure containing the following
* elements (refs):
* keys - a t_shortarray or t_array of M+1 elements, containing
* the keys.
* values - a t_array of M+1 elements, containing the values.
* count - a t_integer whose value tells how many entries are
* occupied (N).
* maxlength - a t_integer whose value gives the client's view of
* the capacity (C). C may be less than M (see below).
* memory - a foreign t_struct referencing the allocator used to
* create this dictionary, which will also be used to expand or
* unpack it if necessary.
* C < M is possible because on large-memory systems, we usually round up M
* so that M is a power of 2 (see idict.h for details); this allows us to
* use masking rather than division for computing the initial hash probe.
* However, C is always the maxlength specified by the client, so clients
* get a consistent story.
* As noted above, the keys may be either in packed or unpacked form.
* The markers for unused and deleted entries are different in the two forms.
* In the packed form:
* unused entries contain packed_key_empty;
* deleted entries contain packed_key_deleted.
* In the unpacked form:
* unused entries contain a literal null;
* deleted entries contain an executable null.
* The first entry is always marked deleted, to reduce the cost of the
* wrap-around check.
* Note that if the keys slot in the dictionary is new,
* all the key slots are new (more recent than the last save).
* We use this fact to avoid saving stores into packed keys
* for newly created dictionaries.
* Note that name keys with indices above packed_name_max_index require using
* the unpacked form. */
#define dict_is_packed(dct) r_has_type(&(dct)->keys, t_shortarray)
#define packed_key_empty (pt_tag(pt_integer) + 0)
#define packed_key_deleted (pt_tag(pt_integer) + 1)
#define packed_key_impossible pt_tag(pt_full_ref) /* never matches */
((nidx) <= packed_name_max_index ? pt_tag(pt_literal_name) + (nidx) :\
* Using a special mark for deleted entries causes lookup time to degrade
* as entries are inserted and deleted. This is not a problem, because
* entries are almost never deleted.
#define d_maxlength(dct) ((uint)((dct)->maxlength.value.intval))
#define d_set_maxlength(dct,siz) ((dct)->maxlength.value.intval = (siz))
#define nslots(dct) r_size(&(dct)->values)
#define npairs(dct) (nslots(dct) - 1)
#define d_length(dct) ((uint)((dct)->count.value.intval))
/* packed_search_value_pointer simplifies the access to
packed dictionary search template data - see idicttpl.h . */
#define packed_search_value_pointer (pdict->values.value.refs + (kp - kbot))
#endif /* idictdef_INCLUDED */