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Junior Devvie





« Posted 2012-12-15 02:46:18 »

A 2D point list holder object thing. Why? I want to post it on the wiki, as trivial as it is, with a bunch of other less trivial examples.
I also want to make sure it's bug free. I've used most of the code in my own projects. I marked the methods I added that others will expect but haven't tested myself.

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import java.util.Arrays;

public class PointList
{
  private int coords[];
  private int size;
 
  public PointList()
  {
    this(100);
  }

  public PointList(int capacity)
  {
    coords = new int[capacity * 2];
    size = 0;
  }

  public int getX(int i)
  {
    return coords[0 + 2 * i];
  }
 
  public int getY(int i)
  {
    return coords[1 + 2 * i];
  }
 
  public int getSize()
  {
    return size;
  }
 
  public int getCapacity()
  {
    return coords.length / 2;
  }

  public void add(int x, int y)
  {
    if(size * 2 == coords.length) { expand(); }
    coords[0 + 2 * size] = x;
    coords[1 + 2 * size] = y;
    size++;
  }

+ public void add(int index, int x, int y)
+ {
+   if(index < 0 || index > size + 2)
+   {
+     throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException();
+   }
+   if(size * 2 == coords.length) { expand(); }
+   System.arraycopy(coords, index * 2, coords, index * 2 + 2, 2 * (size - index));
+   coords[0 + 2 * index] = x;
+   coords[1 + 2 * index] = y;
+   size++;
+ }

  public void clear()
  {
    size = 0;
  }

  public void setCapacity(int c)
  {
    if(c < size) { c = size; }
    if(c < 1) { c = 1; }
    coords = Arrays.copyOf(coords, c * 2);
  }

  protected void expand()
  {
    coords = Arrays.copyOf(coords, coords.length + 100);
  }

+ public void ensureCapacity(int c)
+ {
+    if(coords.length * 2 < c)
+    {
+      setCapacity(c);
+    }
+ }

+ public void add(PointList other)
+ {
+   ensureCapacity(size + other.size);
+   System.arraycopy(other.coords, 0, coords, size * 2, other.size * 2);
+ }

+ public PointList copyRange(int start, int length)
+ {
+   PointList temp = new PointList(length);
+   System.arraycopy(coords, 0, temp.coords, 0, (length > size ? size : length) * 2);
+   return temp
+ }
 
+ public void remove(int index)
+ {
+   if(index < 0 || index > size)
+   {
+     throw new IndexOutOfBoundsException();
+   }
+   if(size > 1)
+   {
+     System.arraycopy(coords, index * 2 + 2, coords, index * 2, 2 * (size - index));
+   }
+   size--;
+ }
}


It's surprising how frequently I exclude a remove method. Smiley
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