scala.collection.mutable

trait SynchronizedBuffer

[source: scala/collection/mutable/SynchronizedBuffer.scala]

trait SynchronizedBuffer[A]
extends Buffer[A]
This class should be used as a mixin. It synchronizes the Buffer methods of the class into which it is mixed in.
Author
Matthias Zenger
Version
1.0, 08/07/2003
Method Summary
override def + (elem : A) : Buffer[A]
Append a single element to this buffer and return the identity of the buffer.
override def ++ (iter : Iterable[A]) : Buffer[A]
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
override def ++: (iter : Iterable[A]) : Buffer[A]
Prepends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
override def ++= (iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method.
def +: (elem : A) : Buffer[A]
Prepend a single element to this buffer and return the identity of the buffer.
def += (elem : A) : Unit
Append a single element to this buffer.
override def << (cmd : Message[(Location, A)]) : Unit
Send a message to this scriptable object.
override def append (elems : A*) : Unit
Appends a sequence of elements to this buffer.
override def appendAll (iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method.
def apply (n : Int) : A
def clear : Unit
Clears the buffer contents.
override def clone : Buffer[A]
Return a clone of this buffer.
def elements : Iterator[A]
Creates a new iterator over all elements contained in this object.
override def hashCode : Int
The hashCode method always yields an error, since it is not safe to use buffers as keys in hash tables.
override def insert (n : Int, elems : A*) : Unit
Inserts new elements at the index n. Opposed to method update, this method will not replace an element with a one. Instead, it will insert the new elements at index n.
def insertAll (n : Int, iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Inserts new elements at the index n. Opposed to method update, this method will not replace an element with a one. Instead, it will insert a new element at index n.
def length : Int
Returns the length of the sequence.
override def prepend (elems : A*) : Unit
Prepend an element to this list.
override def prependAll (elems : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Prepends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
def remove (n : Int) : A
Removes the element on a given index position.
def update (n : Int, newelem : A) : Unit
Replace element at index n with the new element newelem.
Methods inherited from Buffer
++=, ++=, ++, -=, trimStart, trimEnd, stringPrefix
Methods inherited from Seq
size, isEmpty, concat, ++, isDefinedAt, lastIndexOf, map, flatMap, filter, take, drop, takeWhile, dropWhile, reverse, contains, slice, subseq, toArray
Methods inherited from Collection
toString
Methods inherited from Iterable
foreach, forall, exists, find, findIndexOf, indexOf, foldLeft, foldRight, /:, :\, reduceLeft, reduceRight, copyToBuffer, sameElements, toList, mkString, mkString, addString, addString, copyToArray, projection, hasDefiniteSize
Methods inherited from PartialFunction
orElse, andThen
Methods inherited from Function1
compose
Methods inherited from AnyRef
getClass, equals, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait, finalize, ==, !=, eq, ne, synchronized
Methods inherited from Any
==, !=, isInstanceOf, asInstanceOf
Method Details
def length : Int
Returns the length of the sequence.
Returns
the sequence length.

def elements : Iterator[A]
Creates a new iterator over all elements contained in this object.
Returns
the new iterator

def apply(n : Int) : A

override def +(elem : A) : Buffer[A]
Append a single element to this buffer and return the identity of the buffer.
Parameters
elem - the element to append.
Overrides
Buffer.+

def +=(elem : A) : Unit
Append a single element to this buffer.
Parameters
elem - the element to append.
Overrides
Buffer.+=

override def ++(iter : Iterable[A]) : Buffer[A]
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
Parameters
iter - the iterable object.
Overrides
Buffer.++

override def ++=(iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method.
Parameters
iter - the iterable object.
Overrides
Buffer.++=

override def append(elems : A*) : Unit
Appends a sequence of elements to this buffer.
Parameters
elems - the elements to append.
Overrides
Buffer.append

override def appendAll(iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Appends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method.
Parameters
iter - the iterable object.
Overrides
Buffer.appendAll

def +:(elem : A) : Buffer[A]
Prepend a single element to this buffer and return the identity of the buffer.
Parameters
elem - the element to append.
Overrides
Buffer.+:

override def ++:(iter : Iterable[A]) : Buffer[A]
Prepends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
Parameters
iter - the iterable object.
Overrides
Buffer.++:

override def prepend(elems : A*) : Unit
Prepend an element to this list.
Parameters
elem - the element to prepend.
Overrides
Buffer.prepend

override def prependAll(elems : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Prepends a number of elements provided by an iterable object via its elements method. The identity of the buffer is returned.
Parameters
iter - the iterable object.
Overrides
Buffer.prependAll

override def insert(n : Int, elems : A*) : Unit
Inserts new elements at the index n. Opposed to method update, this method will not replace an element with a one. Instead, it will insert the new elements at index n.
Parameters
n - the index where a new element will be inserted.
elems - the new elements to insert.
Overrides
Buffer.insert

def insertAll(n : Int, iter : Iterable[A]) : Unit
Inserts new elements at the index n. Opposed to method update, this method will not replace an element with a one. Instead, it will insert a new element at index n.
Parameters
n - the index where a new element will be inserted.
iter - the iterable object providing all elements to insert.
Overrides
Buffer.insertAll

def update(n : Int, newelem : A) : Unit
Replace element at index n with the new element newelem.
Parameters
n - the index of the element to replace.
newelem - the new element.
Overrides
Buffer.update

def remove(n : Int) : A
Removes the element on a given index position.
Parameters
n - the index which refers to the element to delete.
Overrides
Buffer.remove

def clear : Unit
Clears the buffer contents.
Overrides
Buffer.clear

override def <<(cmd : Message[(Location, A)]) : Unit
Send a message to this scriptable object.
Parameters
cmd - the message to send.
Overrides
Buffer.<<

override def clone : Buffer[A]
Return a clone of this buffer.
Returns
an ArrayBuffer with the same elements.
Overrides
Buffer.clone

override def hashCode : Int
The hashCode method always yields an error, since it is not safe to use buffers as keys in hash tables.
Returns
never.
Overrides
Buffer.hashCode