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mabdelouahab

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Collection Object
« on: November 17, 2013, 07:22:21 PM »
hi
I've creation of this object, and I want to be well done.
Please,
 Tortured him, kill him, then sent back, with his errors

simple Object collecton, like ObservableCollection In .NET

   CLASS BaseCollection, Base
      CMETHOD Basedestructor     <=== for destroy
      CMETHOD Clear                     <=== clear all item
      CMETHOD ClearItem              <=== clear item   but not remove
      CMETHOD ClearItemAt           <=== by index
      CMETHOD FindItem                 
      CMETHOD FindObject               <=== find by object =  item   in collection   
      CMETHOD FirstItem     
      CMETHOD ForEath     <==    invoke Proc  all item
      CMETHOD ForEathWCildren       <==    invoke Proc  all item and children
      CMETHOD GetChild       <==    ret hinst=BaseCollection children of item
      CMETHOD GetCount     
      CMETHOD GetItemObject     <==ret hObject of item
      CMETHOD GetType     <=== reserved for inherist OBJECT
      CMETHOD IndexOf     
      CMETHOD InsertItem     
      CMETHOD InsertItemAt     
      CMETHOD InvForEath     <= inverse for eath started by lastitem
      CMETHOD InvForEathWCildren     
      CMETHOD LastItem     
      CMETHOD MoveItem     
      CMETHOD Notifhandler    <== add ptr proc for invoke on Insert/Romove/mov OR OnItemChanged
      CMETHOD RemoveItem     
      CMETHOD RemoveItemAt     
      CMETHOD RemoveNotif     <== romove Handel Notif
      CMETHOD SelectedItem     
      CMETHOD SelectItem     
      CMETHOD SendNotif                <== (Auto Used  By Object)
      CMETHOD SetChild
      CMETHOD SetItemObject     
      CMETHOD ToString      <=== reserved for inherist OBJECT     
      Items        dd    ?        <== Collection of Items
      ColNotif        dd    ?        <== Collection of Notif Handl
      Base_Type       dd    ?
      Base_String     dd    ?
   BaseCollection ENDS


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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2013, 10:31:17 PM »
the result text is displayed in a GUI window with no File/Save and no Copy/Paste
how do you expect to see the results ?   :P

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2013, 11:40:21 PM »
Cut, Copy & Paste works here (Win XP).

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2013, 11:43:21 PM »
ahhh - Ctrl-C worked - but no drop-down context menu

windows xp mce2005 sp3
Code: [Select]
=====================    =
Create New  BaseCollection  =
=====================    =
Insert  New   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 1

* 1 I am First 001
=====================    =
Insert  New   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 2

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am  002 Item
=====================    =
Insert  New   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 3

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am  002 Item
* 3 I am  3
=====================    =
Insert  At Index 02   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 4

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am  002 Item
* 4 I am  3
=====================    =
Insert  At Index 02   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 5

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 4 I am  002 Item
* 5 I am  3
=====================    =
Test Find Item .........................    =====> I am hire **    =====> I am Introuvale   
=====================    =
Test Find Object .........................    =====> I am hire **    =====> I am hire **   
=====================    =
Test GetItemObject .........................   ( Found )
=====================    =
Create New Child BaseCollection  =
=====================    =
Test ForEathWCildren Enum All Item Whith Children

* 1 I am First 001
* 1 ===============>>>Children 01
* 2 ===============>>>Children 02
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 4 I am  002 Item
* 5 I am  3
=====================    =
Test Invert ForEath   

* 5 I am  3
* 4 I am  002 Item
* 3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 1 I am First 001
=====================    =
Test IndexOf in: Index ==> Get outp: Item   
Test IndexOf :  =======> found   
=====================    =
LastItem / FirstItem ...   I am  3 /// I am First 001
=====================    =
Test Move Item .........................   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 5

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 4 I am  002 Item
* 5 I am  3
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 5

* 1 I am First 001
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am  002 Item
* 4 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 5 I am  3
=====================    =
Test Clear Item / ClearItemAt (Not Romove) // Clear 01 / ClearAt 4 /.........................   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 5

* 1
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am  002 Item
* 4
* 5 I am  3
=====================    =
Test set object Item .........................   
=====================    =
Test Romove / RemoveAt  .........................   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 4

* 1 ===============>>> retourned Object
* 2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2 ---
* 3 I am  002 Item
* 4 I am  3
=====================    =
Test Clear Collection .........................   
--------------------
Listing By FOREATH    =
----------------------- = Count    = 1

* 1 For Test re-index
=====================    =
Test Timer  #################################### 
== Insert 100.000 Item == 375 // Count = 1000001

== Enume 1000.000 Item == 16 // Count = 1000001
(val01 = 0 inc in proc ForEath )= 1000001

= re-Index 1000.000 Item = 16 // Count= 1000000

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2013, 12:08:35 AM »
hi dedndave

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #5 on: November 18, 2013, 12:15:03 AM »
console version
windows xp mce2005 sp3
Code: [Select]
===Create New  BaseCollection 
===Insert  New   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 1

*  1 I am First 001
---------------------------------------
===Insert  New   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 2

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am  002 Item
---------------------------------------
===Insert  New   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 3

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am  002 Item
*  3 I am  3
---------------------------------------
Press any key to continue ...

===Insert  At Index 02   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 4

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am  002 Item
*  4 I am  3
---------------------------------------
===Insert  At Index 02   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 5

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  4 I am  002 Item
*  5 I am  3
---------------------------------------
Press any key to continue ...

===Test Find Item   ..........> I am hire **   .........> I am Introuvale   
===Test Find Object    ..........> I am hire **   .......> I am hire **   
Press any key to continue ...

===Test GetItemObject ( Found )
Press any key to continue ...

===Create New Child BaseCollection  =
Press any key to continue ...

===Test ForEathWCildren Enum All Item Whith Children

*  1 I am First 001
*  1 ...........>>>Children 01
*  2 ............>>>Children 02
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  4 I am  002 Item
*  5 I am  3
===Test Invert ForEath   

*  5 I am  3
*  4 I am  002 Item
*  3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  1 I am First 001
Press any key to continue ...

===Test IndexOf in: Index > Get outp: Item   
Test IndexOf :  > found   
===LastItem / FirstItem     I am  3 /// I am First 001
Press any key to continue ...

===Test Move Item   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 5

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  4 I am  002 Item
*  5 I am  3
---------------------------------------
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 5

*  1 I am First 001
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am  002 Item
*  4 I am 004 Item But Insert In 2
*  5 I am  3
---------------------------------------
===Test Clear Item / ClearItemAt (Not Romove) // Clear 01 / ClearAt 4 /   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 5

*  1
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am  002 Item
*  4
*  5 I am  3
---------------------------------------
===Test set object Item     
===Test Romove / RemoveAt     
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 4

*  1 ===============>>> retourned Object
*  2 I am 5 Item But Insert In 2
*  3 I am  002 Item
*  4 I am  3
---------------------------------------
===Test Clear Collection   
------- Listing By FOREATH -------------
====> Count = 1

*  1 For Test re-index
---------------------------------------
=== Test Timer   
Press any key to continue ...

Insert 1000.000 Item : 375 ms // Count = 1000001

Enume 1000.000 Item : 31  ms// Count = 1000001
(val01 = 0 inc in proc ForEath )= 1000001

re-Index 1000.000 Item : 16 ms // Count= 1000000
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Press any key to continue ...

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #6 on: November 18, 2013, 05:47:17 AM »
are all methods needed to be virtual? You could enormously reduce the structure size by calling methods through labels.
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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #7 on: November 19, 2013, 07:34:55 AM »
Hi
I thank you for help
qWord:
are all methods needed to be virtual? You could enormously reduce the structure size by calling methods through labels.
virtual/Static/Private/ ...  methods
In fact, I do not know the difference between them in the MASM, (not in .NET)
How do I define each of them, what's the difference between them in use
If you listed an example, he is the best
thank you

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Re: Collection Object
« Reply #8 on: November 19, 2013, 09:22:09 AM »
It is that you (AFAICS) use function pointers to call the methods. Commonly this is used to implement virtual functions, which are resolved at runtime. None-virtual methods could be called by the label (= by name):
e.g.
Code: [Select]
invoke MyMethod@ClassName,this,...
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