binsert2007年06月04日 10時52分29秒


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#include "binsert.h"

/*

Binary search INSERTion takes the same arguments as qsort except that
all the members from the 1st to (nmemb - 1)th are already sorted.

binsert requires all elements be sorted except the last one.  It finds
where the last element belongs by the binary search algorithm
based on 'compar' function.  Once it finds the location, it shifts
all of the ones come after and inserts the last element in the spot.

The interface is the same as qsort to make transition easy. 
It is most convenient when searches are being performed while
new items are added from time to time.
The order of qsort is N * log(N); that of binsert is log(N) when all
except the last one is sorted.

This implementation of binsert maintains elements with the same key in
the order as input.  For example, let's assume "33", "35", and "32" are
inserted where the only first character is the key.  All of these
three elements has the same priority.  Therefore, the result is
"33", "35", "32".

*/

void binsert(void *base, size_t nmemb, size_t size,
        int (*compar)(const void *, const void *))
{
        char *ptr = base;
        char item[size];
        int left = 0, right = nmemb - 2, middle = 0;

        memmove(item, &ptr[(nmemb - 1) * size], size); /* save the new entry */

        while(left <= right)
        {
                middle = (left + right) / 2;
                if(compar(&ptr[middle * size], item) <= 0)
                        left = middle + 1;
                else
                        right = middle - 1;
        }

        memmove(&ptr[(left + 1) * size], /* shift by one element */
                &ptr[left * size],
                (nmemb - left - 1) * size);
        memmove(&ptr[left * size], item, size); /* copy the new one */
}

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