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interface OrderedMap.NonEmpty<K,V>

A non-empty type-invariant immutable Ordered Map of key type K, and value type V. In the Map, each key has exactly one value, and the Map cannot contain duplicate keys. See the Map documentation and the OrderedMap API documentation

Extends: Streamable.NonEmpty<T>, OrderedMap<K,V>, OrderedMapBase.NonEmpty<K,V,Tp>

Type parameters

NameDescription
Kthe key type
Vthe value type
note
  • The OrderedMap keeps maintains the insertion order of elements, thus iterators and streams will also reflect this order. - The OrderedMap wraps around a Map instance, thus has mostly the same time complexity as the contained Map. - The OrderedMap keeps the key insertion order in a List, thus its space complexity is higher than a regular Map.
example
const m1 = OrderedHashMap.empty<number, string>()
const m2 = OrderedHashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])

Properties

context

Returns the context associated to this collection instance.

Definition

readonly context: WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['context'];

Overrides

RMapBase.context

isEmpty

Returns false since this collection is known to be non-empty.

Definition

readonly isEmpty: false;

example
HashMap.of([1, 1], [2, 2]).isEmpty   // => false

Overrides

VariantMapBase.isEmptyNonEmpty.isEmpty

keyOrder

Returns a non-empty List instance containing the key order of the Map.

Definition

readonly keyOrder: List.NonEmpty<K>;

example
const m = OrderedHashMap.of([2, 'b'], [1, 'a'], [3, 'c'])
console.log(m.keyOrder.toArray())
// => [2, 1, 3]

Overrides

OrderedMapBase.keyOrderNonEmpty.keyOrder

size

Returns the number of entries

Definition

readonly size: number;

example
HashMap.of([1, 1], [2, 2]).size       // => 2

Overrides

VariantMapBase.size

sourceMap

Returns the contained non-empty Map instance.

Definition

readonly sourceMap: WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['sourceMapNonEmpty'];

example
const m = OrderedHashMap.of([2, 'b'], [1, 'a'])
console.log(m.sourceMap.toString())
// => HashMap(1 -> 'a', 2 -> 'b')

Overrides

OrderedMapBase.sourceMapNonEmpty.sourceMap

Methods

[Symbol.iterator]

Returns a FastIterator instance used to iterate over the values of this Iterable.

Definition

[Symbol.iterator](): FastIterator<T>;

Overrides

FastIterable.[Symbol.iterator]

addEntries

Returns the collection with the entries from the given StreamSource entries added.

Definition

addEntries(entries: StreamSource<readonly [K, V]>): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['nonEmpty'];

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
entriesStreamSource<readonly [K, V]>a StreamSource containing tuples with a key and value
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a']).addEntries([[2, 'b']]).toArray()   // => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]

Overrides

RMapBase.addEntries, NonEmpty.addEntries

addEntry

Returns the collection with given entry added.

Definition

addEntry(entry: readonly [K, V]): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['nonEmpty'];

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
entryreadonly [K, V]a tuple containing a key and value
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a']).addEntry([2, 'b']).toArray()   // => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]
HashMap.of([1, 'a']).addEntry([1, 'b']).toArray() // => [[1, 'b']]

Overrides

RMapBase.addEntry

asNormal

Returns this collection typed as a 'possibly empty' collection.

Definition

asNormal(): (Tp & KeyValue<K, V>)['normal'];

example
HashMap.of([1, 1], [2, 2]).asNormal();  // type: HashMap<number, number>

Overrides

NonEmpty.asNormal

assumeNonEmpty

Returns a self reference since this collection is known to be non-empty.

Definition

assumeNonEmpty(): this;

example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 1], [2, 2]);
m === m.assumeNonEmpty() // => true

Overrides

VariantMapBase.assumeNonEmpty, NonEmpty.assumeNonEmpty

filter

Returns a collection containing only those entries that satisfy given pred predicate.

Definition

filter(pred: (entry: readonly [K, V], index: number, halt: () => void) => boolean): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['normal'];

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
pred(entry: readonly [K, V], index: number, halt: () => void) => booleana predicate function receiving:
- entry: the next entry
- index: the entry index
- halt: a function that, when called, ensures no next elements are passed
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'], [3, 'c']).filter(entry => entry[0] === 2 || entry[1] === 'c').toArray()
// => [[2, 'b'], [3, 'c']]

Overrides

VariantMapBase.filter

forEach

Performs given function f for each entry of the collection, using given state as initial traversal state.

Definition

forEach(f: (entry: readonly [K, V], index: number, halt: () => void) => void, state?: TraverseState): void;

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
f(entry: readonly [K, V], index: number, halt: () => void) => voidthe function to perform for each entry, receiving:
- entry: the next tuple of a key and value
- index: the index of the element
- halt: a function that, if called, ensures that no new elements are passed
stateTraverseState(optional) the traverse state
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'], [3, 'c']).forEach((entry, i, halt) => {
console.log([entry[1], entry[0]]);
if (i >= 1) halt();
})
// => logs ['a', 1] ['b', 2]
note

O(N)

Overrides

VariantMapBase.forEach

get

Returns the value associated with the given key, or given otherwise value if the key is not in the collection.

Definitions

get<UK = K>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>): V | undefined;

get<UK, O>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>, otherwise: OptLazy<O>): V | O;

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyRelatedTo<K, UK>the key to look for
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.get(2) // => 'b'
m.get(3) // => undefined
m.get(2, 'none') // => 'b'
m.get(3, 'none') // => 'none'

Overrides

VariantMapBase.get

hasKey

Returns true if the given key is present in the collection.

Definition

hasKey<UK = K>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>): boolean;

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyRelatedTo<K, UK>the key to look for
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.hasKey(2) // => true
m.hasKey(3) // => false

Overrides

VariantMapBase.hasKey

mapValues

Returns a non-empty collection with the same keys, but where the given mapFun function is applied to each entry value.

Definition

mapValues<V2>(mapFun: (value: V, key: K) => V2): (Tp & KeyValue<K, V2>)['nonEmpty'];

Type parameters

NameDescription
V2

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
mapFun(value: V, key: K) => V2a function taking a value and a key, and returning a new value
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'abc']).mapValues(v => v.length).toArray()
// => [[1, 1], [2, 3]]

Overrides

VariantMapBase.mapValues, NonEmpty.mapValues

modifyAt

Returns the collection with the given atKey key modified according to given options.

Definition

modifyAt(atKey: K, options: {
    ifNew?: OptLazyOr<V, Token>;
    ifExists?: <V2 extends V = V>(currentEntry: V & V2, remove: Token) => V | Token;
  }): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['normal'];

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
atKeyKthe key at which to modify the collection
options{
    ifNew?: OptLazyOr<V, Token>;
    ifExists?: <V2 extends V = V>(currentEntry: V & V2, remove: Token) => V | Token;
  }
an object containing the following information:
- ifNew: (optional) if the given atKey is not present in the collection, this value or function will be used to generate a new entry. If a function returning the token argument is given, no new entry is created.
- ifExists: (optional) if a value is associated with given atKey, this function is called with the given value to return a new value. As a second argument, a remove token is given. If the function returns this token, the current entry is removed.
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.modifyAt(3, { ifNew: 'c' }).toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b'], [3, 'c']]
m.modifyAt(3, { ifNew: (none) => 1 < 2 ? none : 'c' }).toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]
m.modifyAt(2, { ifExists: () => 'c' }).toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'c']]
m.modifyAt(2, { ifExists: (v) => v + 'z' }).toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'bz']]
m.modifyAt(2, { ifExists: (v, remove) => v === 'a' ? v : remove }).toArray()
// => [[1, 'a']]

Overrides

RMapBase.modifyAt

nonEmpty

Returns true since this collection is known to be non-empty

Definition

nonEmpty(): true;

example
HashMap.of([1, 1], [2, 2]).nonEmpty()   // => true

Overrides

VariantMapBase.nonEmpty, NonEmpty.nonEmpty

removeKey

Returns the collection where the entry associated with given key is removed if it was part of the collection.

Definition

removeKey<UK = K>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['normal'];

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyRelatedTo<K, UK>the key of the entry to remove
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.removeKey(2).toArray() // => [[1, 'a']]
m.removeKey(3) === m // true
note

guarantees same object reference if the key is not present

Overrides

VariantMapBase.removeKey

removeKeyAndGet

Returns a tuple containing the collection of which the entry associated with given key is removed, and the value that is associated with that key. If the key is not present, it will return undefined instead.

Definition

removeKeyAndGet<UK = K>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>): [WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['normal'], V] | undefined;

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyRelatedTo<K, UK>the key of the entry to remove
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
const result = m.removeKeyAndGet(2)
if (result !== undefined) console.log([result[0].toString(), result[1]]) // => logs [HashMap(1 => 'a'), 'b']
console.log(m.removeKeyAndGet(3)) // => logs undefined

Overrides

VariantMapBase.removeKeyAndGet

removeKeys

Returns the collection where the entries associated with each key in given keys are removed if they were present.

Definition

removeKeys<UK = K>(keys: StreamSource<RelatedTo<K, UK>>): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['normal'];

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keysStreamSource<RelatedTo<K, UK>>a StreamSource of keys to remove
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.removeKeys([1, 3]).toArray() // => [[2, 'b']]
m.removeKeys([1, 3, 2]).toArray() // => []
m.removeKeys([3, 4, 5]) === m // => true
note

guarantees same object reference if none of the keys are present

Overrides

VariantMapBase.removeKeys

set

Returns the collection with the given key associated to the given value.

Definition

set(key: K, value: V): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['nonEmpty'];

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyKthe entry key to add
valueVthe entry value to add
example
HashMap.of([1, 'a']).set(2, 'b').toArray()   // => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]
HashMap.of([1, 'a']).set(1, 'b').toArray() // => [[1, 'b']]
note

if the key is already associated, the previous value will be 'replaced'

Overrides

RMapBase.set

stream

undocumented

Definition

stream(): Stream.NonEmpty<readonly [K, V]>;

Overrides

NonEmpty.stream, NonEmpty.stream, VariantMapBase.stream

streamKeys

Returns a non-empty Stream containing all keys of this collection.

Definition

streamKeys(): Stream.NonEmpty<K>;

example
HashMap.of([[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]).streamKeys().toArray()   // => [1, 2]

Overrides

VariantMapBase.streamKeys, NonEmpty.streamKeys

streamValues

Returns a non-empty Stream containing all values of this collection.

Definition

streamValues(): Stream.NonEmpty<V>;

example
HashMap.of([[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]).streamValues().toArray()   // => ['a', 'b']

Overrides

VariantMapBase.streamValues, NonEmpty.streamValues

toArray

Returns a non-empty array containing all entries in this collection.

Definition

toArray(): ArrayNonEmpty<readonly [K, V]>;

example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b']).toArray()   // => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]
note

O(log(N)) @note it is safe to mutate the returned array, however, the array elements are not copied, thus should be treated as read-only

Overrides

VariantMapBase.toArray, NonEmpty.toArray

toBuilder

Returns a builder object containing the entries of this collection.

Definition

toBuilder(): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['builder'];

example
const builder: HashMap.Builder<number, string> = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b']).toBuilder()

Overrides

RMapBase.toBuilder

toJSON

Returns a JSON representation of this collection.

Definition

toJSON(): ToJSON<(readonly [K, V])[]>;

example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b']).toJSON()   // => { dataType: 'HashMap', value: [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']] }

Overrides

VariantMapBase.toJSON

toString

Returns a string representation of this collection.

Definition

toString(): string;

example
HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b']).toString()   // => HashMap(1 => 'a', 2 => 'b')

Overrides

VariantMapBase.toString

updateAt

Returns the collection where the value associated with given key is updated with the given update value or update function.

Definition

updateAt<UK = K>(key: RelatedTo<K, UK>, update: RMapBase.Update<V>): WithKeyValue<Tp, K, V>['nonEmpty'];

Type parameters

NameDefaultDescription
UKK

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
keyRelatedTo<K, UK>the key of the entry to update
updateRMapBase.Update<V>a new value or function taking the current value and returning a new value
example
const m = HashMap.of([1, 'a'], [2, 'b'])
m.updateAt(3, 'a').toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']]
m.updateAt(2, 'c').toArray()
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'c']]
m.updateAt(2, v => v + 'z')
// => [[1, 'a'], [2, 'cz]]

Overrides

RMapBase.updateAt, NonEmpty.updateAt