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Class template circular_buffer_space_optimized

boost::circular_buffer_space_optimized — Space optimized circular buffer container adaptor. T must be a copyable class or must have an noexcept move constructor and move assignment operator.

Synopsis

// In header: <boost/circular_buffer/space_optimized.hpp>

template<typename T, typename Alloc> 
class circular_buffer_space_optimized :
  private boost::circular_buffer< T, Alloc >
{
public:
  // types
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::value_type             value_type;            
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::pointer                pointer;               
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::const_pointer          const_pointer;         
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::reference              reference;             
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::const_reference        const_reference;       
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::size_type              size_type;             
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::difference_type        difference_type;       
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::allocator_type         allocator_type;        
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::const_iterator         const_iterator;        
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::iterator               iterator;              
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::const_reverse_iterator const_reverse_iterator;
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::reverse_iterator       reverse_iterator;      
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::array_range            array_range;           
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::const_array_range      const_array_range;     
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::param_value_type       param_value_type;      
  typedef circular_buffer< T, Alloc >::rvalue_type            rvalue_type;           
  typedef cb_details::capacity_control< size_type >           capacity_type;         

  // construct/copy/destruct
  explicit circular_buffer_space_optimized(const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  explicit circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type, 
                                           const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type, param_value_type, 
                                  const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type, size_type, param_value_type, 
                                  const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  circular_buffer_space_optimized(const circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > &);
  circular_buffer_space_optimized(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > &&);
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    circular_buffer_space_optimized(InputIterator, InputIterator, 
                                    const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type, InputIterator, 
                                    InputIterator, 
                                    const allocator_type & = allocator_type());
  circular_buffer_space_optimized& 
  operator=(const circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > &);
  circular_buffer_space_optimized& 
  operator=(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > &&);

  // public member functions
  bool full() const;
  size_type reserve() const;
  const capacity_type & capacity() const;
  void set_capacity(const capacity_type &);
  void resize(size_type, param_value_type = value_type());
  void rset_capacity(const capacity_type &);
  void rresize(size_type, param_value_type = value_type());
  void assign(size_type, param_value_type);
  void assign(capacity_type, size_type, param_value_type);
  template<typename InputIterator> void assign(InputIterator, InputIterator);
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    void assign(capacity_type, InputIterator, InputIterator);
  void swap(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > &);
  void push_back(param_value_type);
  void push_back(rvalue_type);
  void push_back();
  void push_front(param_value_type);
  void push_front(rvalue_type);
  void push_front();
  void pop_back();
  void pop_front();
  iterator insert(iterator, param_value_type);
  iterator insert(iterator, rvalue_type);
  iterator insert(iterator);
  void insert(iterator, size_type, param_value_type);
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    void insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator);
  iterator rinsert(iterator, param_value_type);
  iterator rinsert(iterator, rvalue_type);
  iterator rinsert(iterator);
  void rinsert(iterator, size_type, param_value_type);
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    void rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator);
  iterator erase(iterator);
  iterator erase(iterator, iterator);
  iterator rerase(iterator);
  iterator rerase(iterator, iterator);
  void clear();

  // private member functions
  void adjust_min_capacity();
  size_type ensure_reserve(size_type, size_type) const;
  void check_low_capacity(size_type = 1);
  void check_high_capacity();
  void reduce_capacity(const true_type &);
  void reduce_capacity(const false_type &);
  template<typename IntegralType> 
    void insert(const iterator &, IntegralType, IntegralType, 
                const true_type &);
  template<typename Iterator> 
    void insert(const iterator &, Iterator, Iterator, const false_type &);
  template<typename IntegralType> 
    void rinsert(const iterator &, IntegralType, IntegralType, 
                 const true_type &);
  template<typename Iterator> 
    void rinsert(const iterator &, Iterator, Iterator, const false_type &);

  // private static functions
  static size_type init_capacity(const capacity_type &, size_type);
  template<typename IntegralType> 
    static size_type 
    init_capacity(const capacity_type &, IntegralType, IntegralType, 
                  const true_type &);
  template<typename Iterator> 
    static size_type 
    init_capacity(const capacity_type &, Iterator, Iterator, 
                  const false_type &);
  template<typename InputIterator> 
    static size_type 
    init_capacity(const capacity_type &, InputIterator, InputIterator, 
                  const std::input_iterator_tag &);
  template<typename ForwardIterator> 
    static size_type 
    init_capacity(const capacity_type &, ForwardIterator, ForwardIterator, 
                  const std::forward_iterator_tag &);
};

Description

circular_buffer_space_optimized public types

  1. typedef cb_details::capacity_control< size_type > capacity_type;

    Capacity controller of the space optimized circular buffer. \see capacity_control in details.hpp.

    class capacity_control
    {
    size_type m_capacity; // Available capacity.
    size_type m_min_capacity; // Minimum capacity.
    public:
    capacity_control(size_type capacity, size_type min_capacity = 0)
    : m_capacity(capacity), m_min_capacity(min_capacity)
    {};
    size_type capacity() const { return m_capacity; }
    size_type min_capacity() const { return m_min_capacity; }
    operator size_type() const { return m_capacity; }
    };

    Always capacity >= min_capacity.

    The capacity() represents the capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the min_capacity() determines the minimal allocated size of its internal buffer.

    The converting constructor of the capacity_control allows implicit conversion from size_type-like types which ensures compatibility of creating an instance of the circular_buffer_space_optimized with other STL containers.

    On the other hand the operator size_type() provides implicit conversion to the size_type which allows to treat the capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized the same way as in the circular_buffer.

circular_buffer_space_optimized public construct/copy/destruct

  1. explicit circular_buffer_space_optimized(const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create an empty space optimized circular buffer with zero capacity.

    Complexity. Constant.

    [Warning] Warning

    Since Boost version 1.36 the behaviour of this constructor has changed. Now it creates a space optimized circular buffer with zero capacity.

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    Postconditions:

    capacity().capacity() == 0 && capacity().min_capacity() == 0 && size() == 0

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  2. explicit circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, 
                                             const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create an empty space optimized circular buffer with the specified capacity.

    Complexity. Constant.

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    capacity_ctrl

    The capacity controller representing the maximum number of elements which can be stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the minimal allocated size of the internal buffer.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() == 0

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is capacity_ctrl.min_capacity().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used).
  3. circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, 
                                    param_value_type item, 
                                    const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create a full space optimized circular buffer with the specified capacity filled with capacity_ctrl.capacity() copies of item.

    Complexity. Linear (in the capacity_ctrl.capacity()).

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    capacity_ctrl

    The capacity controller representing the maximum number of elements which can be stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the minimal allocated size of the internal buffer.

    item

    The element the created circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && full() && (*this)[0] == item && (*this)[1] == item && ... && (*this) [capacity_ctrl.capacity() - 1] == item

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is capacity_ctrl.capacity().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). T::T(const T&) throws.
  4. circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, size_type n, 
                                    param_value_type item, 
                                    const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create a space optimized circular buffer with the specified capacity filled with n copies of item.

    Complexity. Linear (in the n).

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    capacity_ctrl

    The capacity controller representing the maximum number of elements which can be stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the minimal allocated size of the internal buffer.

    item

    The element the created circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    n

    The number of elements the created circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    Requires:

    capacity_ctrl.capacity() >= n

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() == n && (*this)[0] == item && (*this)[1] == item && ... && (*this)[n - 1] == item

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is max[n, capacity_ctrl.min_capacity()].

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  5. circular_buffer_space_optimized(const circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > & cb);
    The copy constructor.

    Creates a copy of the specified circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of cb).

    Parameters:

    cb

    The circular_buffer_space_optimized to be copied.

    Postconditions:

    *this == cb

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is cb.size().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  6. circular_buffer_space_optimized(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > && cb);
    The move constructor.

    Move constructs a circular_buffer_space_optimized from cb, leaving cb empty.

    Constant. 

    Parameters:

    cb

    circular_buffer to 'steal' value from.

    Requires:

    C++ compiler with rvalue references support.

    Postconditions:

    cb.empty()

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  7. template<typename InputIterator> 
      circular_buffer_space_optimized(InputIterator first, InputIterator last, 
                                      const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create a full space optimized circular buffer filled with a copy of the range.

    Complexity. Linear (in the std::distance(first, last)).

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    first

    The beginning of the range to be copied.

    last

    The end of the range to be copied.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).
    first and last have to meet the requirements of InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    capacity().capacity() == std::distance(first, last) && capacity().min_capacity() == 0 && full() && (*this)[0]== *first && (*this)[1] == *(first + 1) && ... && (*this)[std::distance(first, last) - 1] == *(last - 1)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is std::distance(first, last).

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept and InputIterator is a move iterator.
  8. template<typename InputIterator> 
      circular_buffer_space_optimized(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, 
                                      InputIterator first, InputIterator last, 
                                      const allocator_type & alloc = allocator_type());
    Create a space optimized circular buffer with the specified capacity (and the minimal guaranteed amount of allocated memory) filled with a copy of the range.

    Complexity. Linear (in std::distance(first, last); in min[capacity_ctrl.capacity(), std::distance(first, last)] if the InputIterator is a RandomAccessIterator).

    Parameters:

    alloc

    The allocator.

    capacity_ctrl

    The capacity controller representing the maximum number of elements which can be stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the minimal allocated size of the internal buffer.

    first

    The beginning of the range to be copied.

    last

    The end of the range to be copied.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).
    first and last have to meet the requirements of InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() <= std::distance(first, last) && (*this)[0]== (last - capacity_ctrl.capacity()) && (*this)[1] == *(last - capacity_ctrl.capacity() + 1) && ... && (*this)[capacity_ctrl.capacity() - 1] == *(last - 1)

    If the number of items to be copied from the range [first, last) is greater than the specified capacity_ctrl.capacity() then only elements from the range [last - capacity_ctrl.capacity(), last) will be copied.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is max[capacity_ctrl.min_capacity(), min[capacity_ctrl.capacity(), std::distance(first, last)]].

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  9. circular_buffer_space_optimized& 
    operator=(const circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > & cb);
    The assign operator.

    Makes this circular_buffer_space_optimized to become a copy of the specified circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. Strong.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to this circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of cb).

    See Also:

    assign(size_type, const_reference), assign(capacity_type, size_type, const_reference), assign(InputIterator, InputIterator), assign(capacity_type, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    cb

    The circular_buffer_space_optimized to be copied.

    Postconditions:

    *this == cb

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is cb.size().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). T::T(const T&) throws.
  10. circular_buffer_space_optimized& 
    operator=(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > && cb);
    Move assigns content of cb to *this, leaving cb empty.

    Complexity. Constant.

    Parameters:

    cb

    circular_buffer to 'steal' value from.

    Requires:

    C++ compiler with rvalue references support.

    Postconditions:

    cb.empty()

    Throws:

    Nothing.

circular_buffer_space_optimized public member functions

  1. bool full() const;
    Is the circular_buffer_space_optimized full?

    Exception Safety. No-throw.

    Iterator Invalidation. Does not invalidate any iterators.

    Complexity. Constant (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    empty()

    Returns:

    true if the number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized equals the capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized; false otherwise.

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  2. size_type reserve() const;
    Get the maximum number of elements which can be inserted into the circular_buffer_space_optimized without overwriting any of already stored elements.

    Exception Safety. No-throw.

    Iterator Invalidation. Does not invalidate any iterators.

    Complexity. Constant (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    capacity(), size(), max_size()

    Returns:

    capacity().capacity() - size()

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  3. const capacity_type & capacity() const;
    Get the capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. No-throw.

    Iterator Invalidation. Does not invalidate any iterators.

    Complexity. Constant (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    reserve(), size(), max_size(), set_capacity(const capacity_type&)

    Returns:

    The capacity controller representing the maximum number of elements which can be stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized and the minimal allocated size of the internal buffer.

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  4. void set_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl);
    Change the capacity (and the minimal guaranteed amount of allocated memory) of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. Strong.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in min[size(), capacity_ctrl.capacity()]).

    [Note] Note

    To explicitly clear the extra allocated memory use the shrink-to-fit technique:

    boost::circular_buffer_space_optimized<int> cb(1000);
    ...
    boost::circular_buffer_space_optimized<int>(cb).swap(cb);


    For more information about the shrink-to-fit technique in STL see http://www.gotw.ca/gotw/054.htm.

    See Also:

    rset_capacity(const capacity_type&), resize(size_type, const_reference)

    Parameters:

    capacity_ctrl

    The new capacity controller.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() <= capacity_ctrl.capacity()

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is greater than the desired new capacity then number of [size() - capacity_ctrl.capacity()] last elements will be removed and the new size will be equal to capacity_ctrl.capacity().

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is lower than the new capacity then the amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be accommodated as necessary but it will never drop below capacity_ctrl.min_capacity().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted, (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  5. void resize(size_type new_size, param_value_type item = value_type());
    Change the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the new size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    rresize(size_type, const_reference), set_capacity(const capacity_type&)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with in order to gain the requested size. (See the Effect.)

    new_size

    The new size.

    Postconditions:

    size() == new_size && capacity().capacity() >= new_size

    If the new size is greater than the current size, copies of item will be inserted at the back of the of the circular_buffer_space_optimized in order to achieve the desired size. In the case the resulting size exceeds the current capacity the capacity will be set to new_size.

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is greater than the desired new size then number of [size() - new_size] last elements will be removed. (The capacity will remain unchanged.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be accommodated as necessary.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  6. void rset_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl);
    Change the capacity (and the minimal guaranteed amount of allocated memory) of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. Strong.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in min[size(), capacity_ctrl.capacity()]).

    See Also:

    set_capacity(const capacity_type&), rresize(size_type, const_reference)

    Parameters:

    capacity_ctrl

    The new capacity controller.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() <= capacity_ctrl

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is greater than the desired new capacity then number of [size() - capacity_ctrl.capacity()] first elements will be removed and the new size will be equal to capacity_ctrl.capacity().

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is lower than the new capacity then the amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be accommodated as necessary but it will never drop below capacity_ctrl.min_capacity().

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  7. void rresize(size_type new_size, param_value_type item = value_type());
    Change the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the new size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    resize(size_type, const_reference), rset_capacity(const capacity_type&)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with in order to gain the requested size. (See the Effect.)

    new_size

    The new size.

    Postconditions:

    size() == new_size && capacity().capacity() >= new_size

    If the new size is greater than the current size, copies of item will be inserted at the front of the of the circular_buffer_space_optimized in order to achieve the desired size. In the case the resulting size exceeds the current capacity the capacity will be set to new_size.

    If the current number of elements stored in the circular_buffer_space_optimized is greater than the desired new size then number of [size() - new_size] first elements will be removed. (The capacity will remain unchanged.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be accommodated as necessary.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  8. void assign(size_type n, param_value_type item);
    Assign n items into the space optimized circular buffer.

    The content of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be removed and replaced with n copies of the item.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the n).

    See Also:

    operator=, assign(capacity_type, size_type, const_reference), assign(InputIterator, InputIterator), assign(capacity_type, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    n

    The number of elements the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    Postconditions:

    capacity().capacity() == n && capacity().min_capacity() == 0 && size() == n && (*this)[0] == item && (*this)[1] == item && ... && (*this) [n - 1] == item

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is n.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  9. void assign(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, size_type n, param_value_type item);
    Assign n items into the space optimized circular buffer specifying the capacity.

    The capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be set to the specified value and the content of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be removed and replaced with n copies of the item.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the n).

    See Also:

    operator=, assign(size_type, const_reference), assign(InputIterator, InputIterator), assign(capacity_type, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    capacity_ctrl

    The new capacity controller.

    item

    The element the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    n

    The number of elements the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be filled with.

    Requires:

    capacity_ctrl.capacity() >= n

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() == n && (*this)[0] == item && (*this)[1] == item && ... && (*this) [n - 1] == item

    The amount of allocated memory will be max[n, capacity_ctrl.min_capacity()].

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  10. template<typename InputIterator> 
      void assign(InputIterator first, InputIterator last);
    Assign a copy of the range into the space optimized circular buffer.

    The content of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be removed and replaced with copies of elements from the specified range.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the std::distance(first, last)).

    See Also:

    operator=, assign(size_type, const_reference), assign(capacity_type, size_type, const_reference), assign(capacity_type, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    first

    The beginning of the range to be copied.

    last

    The end of the range to be copied.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).
    first and last have to meet the requirements of InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    capacity().capacity() == std::distance(first, last) && capacity().min_capacity() == 0 && size() == std::distance(first, last) && (*this)[0]== *first && (*this)[1] == *(first + 1) && ... && (*this)[std::distance(first, last) - 1] == *(last - 1)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is std::distance(first, last).

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept and InputIterator is a move iterator.
  11. template<typename InputIterator> 
      void assign(capacity_type capacity_ctrl, InputIterator first, 
                  InputIterator last);
    Assign a copy of the range into the space optimized circular buffer specifying the capacity.

    The capacity of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be set to the specified value and the content of the circular_buffer_space_optimized will be removed and replaced with copies of elements from the specified range.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in std::distance(first, last); in min[capacity_ctrl.capacity(), std::distance(first, last)] if the InputIterator is a RandomAccessIterator).

    See Also:

    operator=, assign(size_type, const_reference), assign(capacity_type, size_type, const_reference), assign(InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    capacity_ctrl

    The new capacity controller.

    first

    The beginning of the range to be copied.

    last

    The end of the range to be copied.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).
    first and last have to meet the requirements of InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    capacity() == capacity_ctrl && size() <= std::distance(first, last) && (*this)[0]== *(last - capacity) && (*this)[1] == *(last - capacity + 1) && ... && (*this)[capacity - 1] == *(last - 1)

    If the number of items to be copied from the range [first, last) is greater than the specified capacity then only elements from the range [last - capacity, last) will be copied.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer is max[std::distance(first, last), capacity_ctrl.min_capacity()].

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept and InputIterator is a move iterator.
  12. void swap(circular_buffer_space_optimized< T, Alloc > & cb);
    Swap the contents of two space-optimized circular-buffers.

    Exception Safety. No-throw.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators of both circular_buffer_space_optimized containers. (On the other hand the iterators still point to the same elements but within another container. If you want to rely on this feature you have to turn the __debug_support off by defining macro BOOST_CB_DISABLE_DEBUG, otherwise an assertion will report an error if such invalidated iterator is used.)

    Complexity. Constant (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    swap(circular_buffer<T, Alloc>&, circular_buffer<T, Alloc>&), swap(circular_buffer_space_optimized<T, Alloc>&, circular_buffer_space_optimized<T, Alloc>&)

    Parameters:

    cb

    The circular_buffer_space_optimized whose content will be swapped.

    Postconditions:

    this contains elements of cb and vice versa; the capacity and the amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer of this equal to the capacity and the amount of allocated memory of cb and vice versa.

    Throws:

    Nothing.
  13. void push_back(param_value_type item);
    Insert a new element at the end of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_front(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then back() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  14. void push_back(rvalue_type item);
    Insert a new element at the end of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_front(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then back() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used).
  15. void push_back();
    Insert a new element at the end of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_front(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then back() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T() throws. Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  16. void push_front(param_value_type item);
    Insert a new element at the beginning of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_back(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then front() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws.
  17. void push_front(rvalue_type item);
    Insert a new element at the beginning of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_back(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then front() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  18. void push_front();
    Insert a new element at the beginning of the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    push_back(const_reference), pop_back(), pop_front()

    Postconditions:

    if capacity().capacity() > 0 then front() == item
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be removed. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T() throws. Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  19. void pop_back();
    Remove the last element from the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    pop_front(), push_back(const_reference), push_front(const_reference)

    Requires:

    !empty()

    Postconditions:

    The last element is removed from the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used).
  20. void pop_front();
    Remove the first element from the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    pop_back(), push_back(const_reference), push_front(const_reference)

    Requires:

    !empty()

    Postconditions:

    The first element is removed from the circular_buffer_space_optimized.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used).
  21. iterator insert(iterator pos, param_value_type item);
    Insert an element at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted at the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to begin(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or begin() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws. Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws.
  22. iterator insert(iterator pos, rvalue_type item);
    Insert an element at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted at the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to begin(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or begin() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  23. iterator insert(iterator pos);
    Insert an element at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted at the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the first element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to begin(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or begin() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T() throws. Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  24. void insert(iterator pos, size_type n, param_value_type item);
    Insert n copies of the item at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in min[capacity().capacity(), size() + n]).

    Example. Consider a circular_buffer_space_optimized with the capacity of 6 and the size of 4. Its internal buffer may look like the one below.

    |1|2|3|4| | |
    p ___^

    After inserting 5 elements at the position p:

    insert(p, (size_t)5, 0);

    actually only 4 elements get inserted and elements 1 and 2 are overwritten. This is due to the fact the insert operation preserves the capacity. After insertion the internal buffer looks like this:

    |0|0|0|0|3|4|

    For comparison if the capacity would not be preserved the internal buffer would then result in |1|2|0|0|0|0|0|3|4|.

    See Also:

    insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element whose copies will be inserted.

    n

    The number of items the to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the items will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The number of min[n, (pos - begin()) + reserve()] elements will be inserted at the position pos.
    The number of min[pos - begin(), max[0, n - reserve()]] elements will be overwritten at the beginning of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.
    (See Example for the explanation.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws. Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws.
  25. template<typename InputIterator> 
      void insert(iterator pos, InputIterator first, InputIterator last);
    Insert the range [first, last) at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in [size() + std::distance(first, last)]; in min[capacity().capacity(), size() + std::distance(first, last)] if the InputIterator is a RandomAccessIterator).

    Example. Consider a circular_buffer_space_optimized with the capacity of 6 and the size of 4. Its internal buffer may look like the one below.

    |1|2|3|4| | |
    p ___^

    After inserting a range of elements at the position p:

    int array[] = { 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 };
    insert(p, array, array + 5);

    actually only elements 6, 7, 8 and 9 from the specified range get inserted and elements 1 and 2 are overwritten. This is due to the fact the insert operation preserves the capacity. After insertion the internal buffer looks like this:

    |6|7|8|9|3|4|

    For comparison if the capacity would not be preserved the internal buffer would then result in |1|2|5|6|7|8|9|3|4|.

    See Also:

    insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    first

    The beginning of the range to be inserted.

    last

    The end of the range to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the range will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.
    Valid range [first, last) where first and last meet the requirements of an InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    Elements from the range [first + max[0, distance(first, last) - (pos - begin()) - reserve()], last) will be inserted at the position pos.
    The number of min[pos - begin(), max[0, distance(first, last) - reserve()]] elements will be overwritten at the beginning of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.
    (See Example for the explanation.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  26. iterator rinsert(iterator pos, param_value_type item);
    Insert an element before the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position before which the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted before the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to end(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or end() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws. Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws.
  27. iterator rinsert(iterator pos, rvalue_type item);
    Insert an element before the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position before which the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted before the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to end(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or end() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  28. iterator rinsert(iterator pos);
    Insert an element before the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position before which the item will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The item will be inserted before the position pos.
    If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full, the last element will be overwritten. If the circular_buffer_space_optimized is full and the pos points to end(), then the item will not be inserted. If the capacity is 0, nothing will be inserted.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the inserted element or end() if the item is not inserted. (See the Effect.)

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T() throws. Whatever T::T(const T&) throws or nothing if T::T(T&&) is noexcept.
  29. void rinsert(iterator pos, size_type n, param_value_type item);
    Insert n copies of the item before the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in min[capacity().capacity(), size() + n]).

    Example. Consider a circular_buffer_space_optimized with the capacity of 6 and the size of 4. Its internal buffer may look like the one below.

    |1|2|3|4| | |
    p ___^

    After inserting 5 elements before the position p:

    rinsert(p, (size_t)5, 0);

    actually only 4 elements get inserted and elements 3 and 4 are overwritten. This is due to the fact the rinsert operation preserves the capacity. After insertion the internal buffer looks like this:

    |1|2|0|0|0|0|

    For comparison if the capacity would not be preserved the internal buffer would then result in |1|2|0|0|0|0|0|3|4|.

    See Also:

    rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator), insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    item

    The element whose copies will be inserted.

    n

    The number of items the to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the items will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.

    Postconditions:

    The number of min[n, (end() - pos) + reserve()] elements will be inserted before the position pos.
    The number of min[end() - pos, max[0, n - reserve()]] elements will be overwritten at the end of the circular_buffer_space_optimized.
    (See Example for the explanation.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws. Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws.
  30. template<typename InputIterator> 
      void rinsert(iterator pos, InputIterator first, InputIterator last);
    Insert the range [first, last) before the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in [size() + std::distance(first, last)]; in min[capacity().capacity(), size() + std::distance(first, last)] if the InputIterator is a RandomAccessIterator).

    Example. Consider a circular_buffer_space_optimized with the capacity of 6 and the size of 4. Its internal buffer may look like the one below.

    |1|2|3|4| | |
    p ___^

    After inserting a range of elements before the position p:

    int array[] = { 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 };
    insert(p, array, array + 5);

    actually only elements 5, 6, 7 and 8 from the specified range get inserted and elements 3 and 4 are overwritten. This is due to the fact the rinsert operation preserves the capacity. After insertion the internal buffer looks like this:

    |1|2|5|6|7|8|

    For comparison if the capacity would not be preserved the internal buffer would then result in |1|2|5|6|7|8|9|3|4|.

    See Also:

    rinsert(iterator, value_type), rinsert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, value_type), insert(iterator, size_type, value_type), insert(iterator, InputIterator, InputIterator)

    Parameters:

    first

    The beginning of the range to be inserted.

    last

    The end of the range to be inserted.

    pos

    An iterator specifying the position where the range will be inserted.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized or its end.
    Valid range [first, last) where first and last meet the requirements of an InputIterator.

    Postconditions:

    Elements from the range [first, last - max[0, distance(first, last) - (end() - pos) - reserve()]) will be inserted before the position pos.
    The number of min[end() - pos, max[0, distance(first, last) - reserve()]] elements will be overwritten at the end of the circular_buffer.
    (See Example for the explanation.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively increased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::T(const T&) throws. Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws.
  31. iterator erase(iterator pos);
    Remove an element at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    erase(iterator, iterator), rerase(iterator), rerase(iterator, iterator), clear()

    Parameters:

    pos

    An iterator pointing at the element to be removed.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (but not an end()).

    Postconditions:

    The element at the position pos is removed.

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the first element remaining beyond the removed element or end() if no such element exists.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws or nothing if T::operator = (T&&) is noexcept.
  32. iterator erase(iterator first, iterator last);
    Erase the range [first, last).

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    erase(iterator), rerase(iterator), rerase(iterator, iterator), clear()

    Parameters:

    first

    The beginning of the range to be removed.

    last

    The end of the range to be removed.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).

    Postconditions:

    The elements from the range [first, last) are removed. (If first == last nothing is removed.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the first element remaining beyond the removed elements or end() if no such element exists.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws or nothing if T::operator = (T&&) is noexcept.
  33. iterator rerase(iterator pos);
    Remove an element at the specified position.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    [Note] Note

    Basically there is no difference between erase(iterator) and this method. It is implemented only for consistency with the base circular_buffer.

    See Also:

    erase(iterator), erase(iterator, iterator), rerase(iterator, iterator), clear()

    Parameters:

    pos

    An iterator pointing at the element to be removed.

    Requires:

    pos is a valid iterator pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (but not an end()).

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Postconditions:

    The element at the position pos is removed.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the first element remaining in front of the removed element or begin() if no such element exists.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws or nothing if T::operator = (T&&) is noexcept.
  34. iterator rerase(iterator first, iterator last);
    Erase the range [first, last).

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    [Note] Note

    Basically there is no difference between erase(iterator, iterator) and this method. It is implemented only for consistency with the base <circular_buffer.

    See Also:

    erase(iterator), erase(iterator, iterator), rerase(iterator), clear()

    Parameters:

    first

    The beginning of the range to be removed.

    last

    The end of the range to be removed.

    Requires:

    Valid range [first, last).

    Postconditions:

    The elements from the range [first, last) are removed. (If first == last nothing is removed.)

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Returns:

    Iterator to the first element remaining in front of the removed elements or begin() if no such element exists.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used). Whatever T::operator = (const T&) throws or nothing if T::operator = (T&&) is noexcept.
  35. void clear();
    Remove all stored elements from the space optimized circular buffer.

    Exception Safety. Basic.

    Iterator Invalidation. Invalidates all iterators pointing to the circular_buffer_space_optimized (except iterators equal to end()).

    Complexity. Linear (in the size of the circular_buffer_space_optimized).

    See Also:

    ~circular_buffer_space_optimized(), erase(iterator), erase(iterator, iterator), rerase(iterator), rerase(iterator, iterator)

    Postconditions:

    size() == 0

    The amount of allocated memory in the internal buffer may be predictively decreased.

    Throws:

    An allocation error if memory is exhausted (std::bad_alloc if the standard allocator is used).

circular_buffer_space_optimized private member functions

  1. void adjust_min_capacity();
    Adjust the amount of allocated memory.
  2. size_type ensure_reserve(size_type new_capacity, size_type buffer_size) const;
    Ensure the reserve for possible growth up.
  3. void check_low_capacity(size_type n = 1);
    Check for low capacity.
  4. void check_high_capacity();
    Check for high capacity.
  5. void reduce_capacity(const true_type &);
    Specialized method for reducing the capacity.
  6. void reduce_capacity(const false_type &);
    Specialized method for reducing the capacity.
  7. template<typename IntegralType> 
      void insert(const iterator & pos, IntegralType n, IntegralType item, 
                  const true_type &);
    Specialized insert method.
  8. template<typename Iterator> 
      void insert(const iterator & pos, Iterator first, Iterator last, 
                  const false_type &);
    Specialized insert method.
  9. template<typename IntegralType> 
      void rinsert(const iterator & pos, IntegralType n, IntegralType item, 
                   const true_type &);
    Specialized rinsert method.
  10. template<typename Iterator> 
      void rinsert(const iterator & pos, Iterator first, Iterator last, 
                   const false_type &);
    Specialized rinsert method.

circular_buffer_space_optimized private static functions

  1. static size_type 
    init_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl, size_type n);
    Determine the initial capacity.
  2. template<typename IntegralType> 
      static size_type 
      init_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl, IntegralType n, 
                    IntegralType, const true_type &);
    Specialized method for determining the initial capacity.
  3. template<typename Iterator> 
      static size_type 
      init_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl, Iterator first, 
                    Iterator last, const false_type &);
    Specialized method for determining the initial capacity.
  4. template<typename InputIterator> 
      static size_type 
      init_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl, InputIterator, 
                    InputIterator, const std::input_iterator_tag &);
    Specialized method for determining the initial capacity.
  5. template<typename ForwardIterator> 
      static size_type 
      init_capacity(const capacity_type & capacity_ctrl, ForwardIterator first, 
                    ForwardIterator last, const std::forward_iterator_tag &);
    Specialized method for determining the initial capacity.

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