pub struct CursorMut<'a, K, V, A = Global>
where K: 'a, V: 'a,
{ /* private fields */ }
🔬This is a nightly-only experimental API. (btree_cursors)
Available on crate feature mtls only.
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A cursor over a BTreeMap with editing operations.

A Cursor is like an iterator, except that it can freely seek back-and-forth, and can safely mutate the map during iteration. This is because the lifetime of its yielded references is tied to its own lifetime, instead of just the underlying map. This means cursors cannot yield multiple elements at once.

Cursors always point to a gap between two elements in the map, and can operate on the two immediately adjacent elements.

A CursorMut is created with the BTreeMap::lower_bound_mut and BTreeMap::upper_bound_mut methods.

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impl<'a, K, V, A> CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>

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pub fn next(&mut self) -> Option<(&K, &mut V)>

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Advances the cursor to the next gap, returning the key and value of the element that it moved over.

If the cursor is already at the end of the map then None is returned and the cursor is not moved.

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pub fn prev(&mut self) -> Option<(&K, &mut V)>

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Advances the cursor to the previous gap, returning the key and value of the element that it moved over.

If the cursor is already at the start of the map then None is returned and the cursor is not moved.

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pub fn peek_next(&mut self) -> Option<(&K, &mut V)>

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Returns a reference to the the key and value of the next element without moving the cursor.

If the cursor is at the end of the map then None is returned

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pub fn peek_prev(&mut self) -> Option<(&K, &mut V)>

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Returns a reference to the the key and value of the previous element without moving the cursor.

If the cursor is at the start of the map then None is returned.

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pub fn as_cursor(&self) -> Cursor<'_, K, V>

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Returns a read-only cursor pointing to the same location as the CursorMut.

The lifetime of the returned Cursor is bound to that of the CursorMut, which means it cannot outlive the CursorMut and that the CursorMut is frozen for the lifetime of the Cursor.

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pub unsafe fn with_mutable_key(self) -> CursorMutKey<'a, K, V, A>

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Converts the cursor into a CursorMutKey, which allows mutating the key of elements in the tree.

§Safety

Since this cursor allows mutating keys, you must ensure that the BTreeMap invariants are maintained. Specifically:

  • The key of the newly inserted element must be unique in the tree.
  • All keys in the tree must remain in sorted order.
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impl<'a, K, V, A> CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>
where K: Ord, A: Allocator + Clone,

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pub unsafe fn insert_after_unchecked(&mut self, key: K, value: V)

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Inserts a new key-value pair into the map in the gap that the cursor is currently pointing to.

After the insertion the cursor will be pointing at the gap after the newly inserted element.

§Safety

You must ensure that the BTreeMap invariants are maintained. Specifically:

  • The key of the newly inserted element must be unique in the tree.
  • All keys in the tree must remain in sorted order.
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pub unsafe fn insert_before_unchecked(&mut self, key: K, value: V)

🔬This is a nightly-only experimental API. (btree_cursors)

Inserts a new key-value pair into the map in the gap that the cursor is currently pointing to.

After the insertion the cursor will be pointing at the gap after the newly inserted element.

§Safety

You must ensure that the BTreeMap invariants are maintained. Specifically:

  • The key of the newly inserted element must be unique in the tree.
  • All keys in the tree must remain in sorted order.
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pub fn insert_after( &mut self, key: K, value: V ) -> Result<(), UnorderedKeyError>

🔬This is a nightly-only experimental API. (btree_cursors)

Inserts a new key-value pair into the map in the gap that the cursor is currently pointing to.

After the insertion the cursor will be pointing at the gap before the newly inserted element.

If the inserted key is not greater than the key before the cursor (if any), or if it not less than the key after the cursor (if any), then an UnorderedKeyError is returned since this would invalidate the Ord invariant between the keys of the map.

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pub fn insert_before( &mut self, key: K, value: V ) -> Result<(), UnorderedKeyError>

🔬This is a nightly-only experimental API. (btree_cursors)

Inserts a new key-value pair into the map in the gap that the cursor is currently pointing to.

After the insertion the cursor will be pointing at the gap after the newly inserted element.

If the inserted key is not greater than the key before the cursor (if any), or if it not less than the key after the cursor (if any), then an UnorderedKeyError is returned since this would invalidate the Ord invariant between the keys of the map.

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pub fn remove_next(&mut self) -> Option<(K, V)>

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Removes the next element from the BTreeMap.

The element that was removed is returned. The cursor position is unchanged (before the removed element).

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pub fn remove_prev(&mut self) -> Option<(K, V)>

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Removes the precending element from the BTreeMap.

The element that was removed is returned. The cursor position is unchanged (after the removed element).

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impl<K, V, A> Debug for CursorMut<'_, K, V, A>
where K: Debug, V: Debug,

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), Error>

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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impl<'a, K, V, A> RefUnwindSafe for CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>

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impl<'a, K, V, A> Send for CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>
where A: Send, K: Send, V: Send,

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impl<'a, K, V, A> Sync for CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>
where A: Sync, K: Sync, V: Sync,

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impl<'a, K, V, A> Unpin for CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>

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impl<'a, K, V, A = Global> !UnwindSafe for CursorMut<'a, K, V, A>

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