Thetype exposes the following members.
Gets a limited access pointer to the data list associated with a certain path.
Gets a limited access pointer to the data list at the specified index.
Gets the total number of data items stored in all paths.
Gets the Empty state of the structure. If the structure is Empty when it contains no paths and no branches.
Gets the data path at the specified index.
Gets the number of paths defined in this structure.
Gets a list of all the paths in this structure.
Gets a proxy list of all the data-arrays in this structure
Gets a description of the topology of the structure. Useful for debugging purposes.
Gets an enumerator for all the data items in this structure.
Clears the entire structure.
Removes all data from all paths without affecting the structure topology.
Gets a description of the data contained in this structure.
Ensures that all branches have a certain capacity
Expand a path in this structure by appending an element.
Flattens the entire structure into a single path.
Grafts all paths by reallocating all data into child paths.
Grafts a specific path by reallocating all data into child paths. If a grafted path coincides with an existing path, the data item in question will be appended to the existing path.
Finds the path in this structure with the most dimensions. In case of multiple equally long longest paths, the last one will be returned.
Returns True if the specified path is already defined inside the structure.
Find the indices that delineate the given path domain.
Removes a path and all associated data from the structure. If the path doesn't exist, nothing will happen.
Replace an existing path with a different one. If the operation is successfull, then the 'find' path will be deleted. If the 'replace' path is already defined, the items in 'find' will be appended to the existing path.
Finds the path in this structure with the least dimensions. In case of multiple equally long longest paths, the first one will be returned.
Simplify the data structure by removing path indices shared by all branches.
Trims the excess allocated memory in all branches