On Tue, 21 Dec 2010 18:23:11 -0000, Christopher Jones <christopher.jo...@oracle.com> wrote:



Hi Gustavo,

Can you review the definition of http://www.php.net/manual/en/splminheap.compare.php ? I believe the testcase should have the operands reversed to satisfy this definition and so the bug was bogus.


I did. The definition says compare() should give a positive number if $value1 is larger than $value2, which it does:

+<?php
+class MySimpleHeap extends SplMinHeap{
+    public function  compare( $value1, $value2 ){
+        return ( $value1 - $value2 );
+    }
+}
+
+$obj = new MySimpleHeap();
+$obj->insert( 8 );
+$obj->insert( 0 );
+$obj->insert( 4 );
+
+foreach( $obj as $number ) {
+    echo $number, "\n";
+}
+--EXPECT--
+0
+4
+8
+

So this implementation of compare() gives the "usual order" and SplMinHeap should give the elements in the usual increasing order (the top should have the smallest).

Moreover, without the change extending SplMinHeap or SplMaxHeap would give the same result.

--
Gustavo Lopes


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