masbicudo.data.structures 1.2.2

.NET Framework 4.5
NuGet\Install-Package masbicudo.data.structures -Version 1.2.2
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dotnet add package masbicudo.data.structures --version 1.2.2
<PackageReference Include="masbicudo.data.structures" Version="1.2.2" />
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paket add masbicudo.data.structures --version 1.2.2
#r "nuget: masbicudo.data.structures, 1.2.2"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install masbicudo.data.structures as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=masbicudo.data.structures&version=1.2.2

// Install masbicudo.data.structures as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=masbicudo.data.structures&version=1.2.2

MASBicudo Data Structures - Immutables, Continuous.

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Version Downloads Last updated
1.2.2 1,455 2/4/2015
1.2.1 1,145 2/4/2015
1.2.0 990 7/31/2014
1.1.0 964 7/31/2014
0.1.0.1 1,132 6/23/2014

**Immutable tree and Continuous set.**
       
       Immutable structures cannot be changed after they are created,
       you must replace the entire thing when changes must be made.
       Good for multi-threading, functional programming, few-writes/many-reads approaches.
       Tree builders are available (e.g. convert flat data to tree, e.g. DB table).
       Uses tree visitors to change tree.
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       Continuous set is a set that is not discrete. It's better explained with an example:
       a set with all values between 1.1 (inclusive) and 2.7 (exclusive).
       Can have multiple sequences, actually can represent a set of any type
       for which an IComparable<T> can be implemented (Double, String, DateTime, Int32).
       Set operations available (e.g. union, exclusion, intersection)
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       Tests can be found in GitHub project page.