lua-resty-array

lua array inspired by javascript array

lua-resty-array

Lua array inspired by javascript array.

Synopsis

    local array = require("resty.array")
    assert(array{1,2,3} + array{3,4} == array{1,2,3,3,4})
    assert(array{1,2,3} - array{3,4} == array{1,2})
    assert(array{'a','b','c'}:entries() == array{{1,'a'},{2,'b'},{3,'c'}})
    assert(array{1,2,3}:every(function(n) return n > 0 end) == true)
    assert(array{0,0,0}:fill(8) == array{8,8,8})
    assert(array{0,0,0}:fill(8,2,3) == array{0,8,8})
    assert(array{1,'not',3,'number'}:filter(function(e) return tonumber(e) end) == array{1,3})
    assert(array{{id=1},{id=101}, {id=3}}:find(function(e) return e.id == 101 end).id == 101)
    assert(array{{id=1},{id=101}, {id=3}}:find_index(function(e) return e.id == 101 end) == 2)
    assert(array{1,{2},3}:flat() == array{1,2,3})
    array{'a','b','c'}:for_each(print)
    assert(array{1,2,3}:includes(1) == true)
    assert(array{1,2,3}:includes(1, 4) == false)
    assert(array{1,2,3}:includes(5) == false)
    assert(array{'a','b'}:index_of('b') == 2)
    assert(array{'a','b','c'}:join('|') == 'a|b|c')
    assert(array{'a','b','c'}:keys() == array{1,2,3})
    assert(array{'a','b','b','c'}:last_index_of('b',-1) == 3)
    assert(array{'a','b','b','c'}:index_of('b') == 2)
    assert(array{1,2,3}:map(function(n) return n+10 end) == array{11,12,13})
    assert(array{1,2,100}:pop()==100)
    assert(array{1,2,3}:reverse() == array{3,2,1})
    local a = array{1,2,3}
    assert(a:push(4,5,6)==6)
    assert(a==array{1,2,3,4,5,6})
    assert(a:shift()==1)
    assert(a==array{2,3,4,5,6})
    assert(array{1,2,3}:reduce(function(x,y) return x+y end) == 6)
    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice() == array{1,2,3,4})
    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice(2) == array{2,3,4})
    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice(1,-1) == array{1,2,3,4})
    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice(2,3) == array{2,3})
    assert(array{1,2,3}:some(function(n) return n < 0 end) == false)
    assert(array{-1,2,3}:some(function(n) return n < 0 end) == true)
    local b = array{}
    assert(b:splice(1,0,1,2,3,4) == array{})
    assert(b == array{1,2,3,4})
    assert(b:splice(1,1) == array{1})
    assert(b == array{2,3,4})
    assert(b:splice(2,1,5,6) == array{3})
    assert(b == array{2,5,6,4})
    local c = array{}
    assert(c:unshift('c','d','e')==3)
    assert(c == array{'c','d','e'})
    p(c)
    assert(c:unshift('a','b')==5)
    assert(c == array{'a','b','c','d','e'})
    assert(array{{id=1},{id=101}, {id=3}}:map_key('id')==array{1,101,3})
    assert(array{1,2,2,3}:dup()==2)
    assert(array{1,2,2,3,4,4,4,5}:dups()==array{2,2,4,4,4})
    assert(array{1,2,2,3,4,4,4,5}:uniq()==array{1,2,3,4,5})

Special Note

resolving index is different from javascript

for starting index, 1 and 0 both means the first element. For example:

    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice(0) == array{1,2,3,4}:slice(1))

for ending index, both array.slice(t, start, end) and array.fill(t, value, start, end) are inclusive. For example:

    assert(array{1,2,3,4}:slice(1, 2) == array{1,2})
    assert(array{0,0,0,0}:fill(8, 1, 4) == array{8,8,8,8})

Authors

Nan Xiang(@xiangnanscu)

License

mit

Dependencies

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