Ruby implements range of t abstract data type, Data Structure & Algorithms

Ruby implements Range of T Abstract data type

Ruby implements Range of T ADT in its Range class. Elements of carrier set are represented in Range instances by recording internally type, start, and end values of range, along with an indication of whether range is exclusive or inclusive. Ruby implements all the operations above, returning nil when ADT operations are undefined. It's quite easy to see how to implement these operations given representation elements of the carrier set. Additionally Range class provides operations for accessing begin and end values defining the range that are easily accessible as they are recorded. Ultimately, Range class has an include?()operation which tests range membership by stepping through the values of the range from start value to end value when range is non-numeric. This gives slightly different results from cover?()in some cases (such as with String instances).

 

Posted Date: 9/19/2013 5:32:40 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Ruby implements range of t abstract data type, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Ruby implements range of t abstract data type, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Ruby implements range of t abstract data type Discussions

Write discussion on Ruby implements range of t abstract data type
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
adjacency multilist

Differentiate between Nonpersistent and 1-persistent Nonpersistent: If the medium is idle, transmit; if the medium is busy, wait an amount of time drawn from a probability dist

What are stacks? A stack is a data structure that organizes data similar to how one organizes a pile of coins. The new coin is always placed on the top and the oldest is on the

As we have seen, as the traversal mechanisms were intrinsically recursive, the implementation was also easy through a recursive procedure. Though, in the case of a non-recursive me

Q. Write down an algorithm to add an element in the end of the circular linked list.        A n s . Algo rithm to Add the Element at the End of Circular Linked Lists

Question 1 Explain how the shuttle sort algorithm works by making use of the following list of integers:11, 4, 2, 8, 5, 33, 7, 3, 1, 6. Show all the steps. Question 2

Q. A linear array A is given with lower bound as 1. If address of A[25] is 375 and A[30] is 390, then find address of A[16].

Suppose that you want to develop a program that accepts a postfix expression and asks values for variables in the expression. Then you need to calculate the answer for the expressi

A Sort which relatively passes by a list to exchange the first element with any element less than it and then repeats with a new first element is called as      Quick sort.

Explain the Assertions in Ruby Ruby offers no support for assertions whatever. Moreover, because it's weakly typed, Ruby doesn't even enforce rudimentary type checking on opera