----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | -- Module : Data.Tree.AVL.Write -- Copyright : (c) Adrian Hey 2004,2005 -- License : BSD3 -- -- Maintainer : http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~ahey/em.png -- Stability : stable -- Portability : portable ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- module Data.Tree.AVL.Write (-- * Writing to AVL trees -- | These functions alter the content of a tree (values of tree elements) but not the structure -- of a tree. -- ** Writing to extreme left or right -- | I'm not sure these are likely to be much use in practice, but they're -- simple enough to implement so are included for the sake of completeness. writeL,tryWriteL,writeR,tryWriteR, -- ** Writing to /sorted/ trees write,writeFast,tryWrite,writeMaybe,tryWriteMaybe ) where import Prelude -- so haddock finds the symbols there import Data.COrdering import Data.Tree.AVL.Types(AVL(..)) import Data.Tree.AVL.BinPath(BinPath(..),openPathWith,writePath) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- writeL, tryWriteL -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | Replace the left most element of a tree with the supplied new element. -- This function raises an error if applied to an empty tree. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) writeL :: e -> AVL e -> AVL e writeL _ E = error "writeL: Empty Tree" writeL e' (N l e r) = writeLN e' l e r writeL e' (Z l e r) = writeLZ e' l e r writeL e' (P l e r) = writeLP e' l e r -- | Similar to 'writeL', but returns 'Nothing' if applied to an empty tree. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) tryWriteL :: e -> AVL e -> Maybe (AVL e) tryWriteL _ E = Nothing tryWriteL e' (N l e r) = Just $! writeLN e' l e r tryWriteL e' (Z l e r) = Just $! writeLZ e' l e r tryWriteL e' (P l e r) = Just $! writeLP e' l e r -- This version of writeL is for trees which are known to be non-empty. writeL' :: e -> AVL e -> AVL e writeL' _ E = error "writeL': Bug0" writeL' e' (N l e r) = writeLN e' l e r -- l may be empty writeL' e' (Z l e r) = writeLZ e' l e r -- l may be empty writeL' e' (P l e r) = writeLP e' l e r -- l can't be empty -- Write to left sub-tree of N l e r, or here if l is empty writeLN :: e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> AVL e writeLN e' E _ r = N E e' r writeLN e' (N ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLN e' ll le lr in l' `seq` N l' e r writeLN e' (Z ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLZ e' ll le lr in l' `seq` N l' e r writeLN e' (P ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLP e' ll le lr in l' `seq` N l' e r -- Write to left sub-tree of Z l e r, or here if l is empty writeLZ :: e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> AVL e writeLZ e' E _ r = Z E e' r -- r must be E too! writeLZ e' (N ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLN e' ll le lr in l' `seq` Z l' e r writeLZ e' (Z ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLZ e' ll le lr in l' `seq` Z l' e r writeLZ e' (P ll le lr) e r = let l' = writeLP e' ll le lr in l' `seq` Z l' e r -- Write to left sub-tree of P l e r (l can't be empty) {-# INLINE writeLP #-} writeLP :: e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> AVL e writeLP e' l e r = let l' = writeL' e' l in l' `seq` P l' e r --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- writeL, tryWriteL end here -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- writeR, tryWriteR -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | Replace the right most element of a tree with the supplied new element. -- This function raises an error if applied to an empty tree. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) writeR :: AVL e -> e -> AVL e writeR E _ = error "writeR: Empty Tree" writeR (N l e r) e' = writeRN l e r e' writeR (Z l e r) e' = writeRZ l e r e' writeR (P l e r) e' = writeRP l e r e' -- | Similar to 'writeR', but returns 'Nothing' if applied to an empty tree. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) tryWriteR :: AVL e -> e -> Maybe (AVL e) tryWriteR E _ = Nothing tryWriteR (N l e r) e' = Just $! writeRN l e r e' tryWriteR (Z l e r) e' = Just $! writeRZ l e r e' tryWriteR (P l e r) e' = Just $! writeRP l e r e' -- This version of writeR is for trees which are known to be non-empty. writeR' :: AVL e -> e -> AVL e writeR' E _ = error "writeR': Bug0" writeR' (N l e r) e' = writeRN l e r e' -- r can't be empty writeR' (Z l e r) e' = writeRZ l e r e' -- r may be empty writeR' (P l e r) e' = writeRP l e r e' -- r may be empty -- Write to right sub-tree of N l e r (r can't be empty) {-# INLINE writeRN #-} writeRN :: AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e writeRN l e r e' = let r' = writeR' r e' in r' `seq` N l e r' -- Write to right sub-tree of Z l e r, or here if r is empty writeRZ :: AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e writeRZ l _ E e' = Z l e' E -- l must be E too! writeRZ l e (N rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRN rl re rr e' in r' `seq` Z l e r' writeRZ l e (Z rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRZ rl re rr e' in r' `seq` Z l e r' writeRZ l e (P rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRP rl re rr e' in r' `seq` Z l e r' -- Write to right sub-tree of P l e r, or here if r is empty writeRP :: AVL e -> e -> AVL e -> e -> AVL e writeRP l _ E e' = P l e' E writeRP l e (N rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRN rl re rr e' in r' `seq` P l e r' writeRP l e (Z rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRZ rl re rr e' in r' `seq` P l e r' writeRP l e (P rl re rr) e' = let r' = writeRP rl re rr e' in r' `seq` P l e r' --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- writeR, tryWriteR end here -- --------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | A general purpose function to perform a search of a tree, using the supplied selector. -- If the search succeeds the found element is replaced by the value (@e@) of the @('Eq' e)@ -- constructor returned by the selector. If the search fails this function returns the original tree. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) write :: (e -> COrdering e) -> AVL e -> AVL e write c t = case openPathWith c t of FullBP pth e -> writePath pth e t _ -> t -- | Functionally identical to 'write', but returns an identical tree (one with all the nodes on -- the path duplicated) if the search fails. This should probably only be used if you know the -- search will succeed and will return an element which is different from that already present. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) writeFast :: (e -> COrdering e) -> AVL e -> AVL e writeFast c = w where w E = E w (N l e r) = case c e of Lt -> let l' = w l in l' `seq` N l' e r Eq v -> N l v r Gt -> let r' = w r in r' `seq` N l e r' w (Z l e r) = case c e of Lt -> let l' = w l in l' `seq` Z l' e r Eq v -> Z l v r Gt -> let r' = w r in r' `seq` Z l e r' w (P l e r) = case c e of Lt -> let l' = w l in l' `seq` P l' e r Eq v -> P l v r Gt -> let r' = w r in r' `seq` P l e r' -- | A general purpose function to perform a search of a tree, using the supplied selector. -- The found element is replaced by the value (@e@) of the @('Eq' e)@ constructor returned by -- the selector. This function returns 'Nothing' if the search failed. -- -- Complexity: O(log n) tryWrite :: (e -> COrdering e) -> AVL e -> Maybe (AVL e) tryWrite c t = case openPathWith c t of FullBP pth e -> Just $! writePath pth e t _ -> Nothing -- | Similar to 'write', but also returns the original tree if the search succeeds but -- the selector returns @('Eq' 'Nothing')@. (This version is intended to help reduce heap burn -- rate if it\'s likely that no modification of the value is needed.) -- -- Complexity: O(log n) writeMaybe :: (e -> COrdering (Maybe e)) -> AVL e -> AVL e writeMaybe c t = case openPathWith c t of FullBP pth (Just e) -> writePath pth e t _ -> t -- | Similar to 'tryWrite', but also returns the original tree if the search succeeds but -- the selector returns @('Eq' 'Nothing')@. (This version is intended to help reduce heap burn -- rate if it\'s likely that no modification of the value is needed.) -- -- Complexity: O(log n) tryWriteMaybe :: (e -> COrdering (Maybe e)) -> AVL e -> Maybe (AVL e) tryWriteMaybe c t = case openPathWith c t of FullBP pth (Just e) -> Just $! writePath pth e t FullBP _ Nothing -> Just t _ -> Nothing