On 19/10/05, Robert Klemme <bob.news / gmx.net> wrote:
> Brian Schr?der wrote:
> > On 19/10/05, Robert Klemme <bob.news / gmx.net> wrote:
> >> Brian Schr?der wrote:
> >>>  [snip]
> >>
> >> How about
> >> #deq
> >> #deq_key
> >> #deq_prio
> >>
> >> ?
> >>
> >> Kind regards
> >>
> >>     robert
> >>
> >
> > Hello Robert,
> >
> > I assume you use deq as a short for dequeue. In this case I have the
> > problem that the name
> > dequeue_key would somehow imply that the key was removed while
> > deq_prio would imply removing the priority. This does not make sense
> > if one knows the datastructure, but I'm not too happy with it.
>
> OTOH: if you know the data structure, you know that the prio is not
> removed. :-)

Sorry if I was not clear, english is not my native language. I tried
to imply exactly what you said.

> Does this method return the prio of the last removed element
> or the current min prio?

"delete_min_return_priority" returns the priority of the element that
was removed by calling this method.

>
> Kind regards
>
>     robert
>

best regards,

Brian

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