std::bitset< _Nb > Class Template Reference
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The bitset class represents a fixed-size sequence of bits. More...

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Detailed Description

template<size_t _Nb>
class std::bitset< _Nb >

The bitset class represents a fixed-size sequence of bits.

(Note that bitset does not meet the formal requirements of a container. Mainly, it lacks iterators.)

The template argument, Nb, may be any non-negative number, specifying the number of bits (e.g., "0", "12", "1024*1024").

In the general unoptimized case, storage is allocated in word-sized blocks. Let B be the number of bits in a word, then (Nb+(B-1))/B words will be used for storage. B - NbB bits are unused. (They are the high-order bits in the highest word.) It is a class invariant that those unused bits are always zero.

If you think of bitset as "a simple array of bits," be aware that your mental picture is reversed: a bitset behaves the same way as bits in integers do, with the bit at index 0 in the "least significant / right-hand" position, and the bit at index Nb-1 in the "most significant / left-hand" position. Thus, unlike other containers, a bitset's index "counts from right to left," to put it very loosely.

This behavior is preserved when translating to and from strings. For example, the first line of the following program probably prints "b('a') is 0001100001" on a modern ASCII system.

     #include <bitset>
     #include <iostream>
     #include <sstream>

     using namespace std;

     int main()
     {
         long         a = 'a';
         bitset<10>   b(a);

         cout << "b('a') is " << b << endl;

         ostringstream s;
         s << b;
         string  str = s.str();
         cout << "index 3 in the string is " << str[3] << " but\n"
              << "index 3 in the bitset is " << b[3] << endl;
     }

Also see: http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/libstdc++/manual/bk01pt12ch33s02.html for a description of extensions.

Most of the actual code isn't contained in bitset<> itself, but in the base class _Base_bitset. The base class works with whole words, not with individual bits. This allows us to specialize _Base_bitset for the important special case where the bitset is only a single word.

Extra confusion can result due to the fact that the storage for _Base_bitset is a regular array, and is indexed as such. This is carefully encapsulated.

Definition at line 646 of file bitset.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

template<size_t _Nb>
std::bitset< _Nb >::bitset (  )  [inline]

All bits set to zero.

Definition at line 736 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
std::bitset< _Nb >::bitset ( unsigned long  __val  )  [inline]

Initial bits bitwise-copied from a single word (others set to zero).

Definition at line 740 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
template<class _CharT , class _Traits , class _Alloc >
std::bitset< _Nb >::bitset ( const std::basic_string< _CharT, _Traits, _Alloc > &  __s,
size_t  __position = 0 
) [inline, explicit]

Use a subset of a string.

Parameters:
s A string of '0' and '1' characters.
position Index of the first character in s to use; defaults to zero.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of s.
std::invalid_argument If a character appears in the string which is neither '0' nor '1'.

Definition at line 755 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
template<class _CharT , class _Traits , class _Alloc >
std::bitset< _Nb >::bitset ( const std::basic_string< _CharT, _Traits, _Alloc > &  __s,
size_t  __position,
size_t  __n 
) [inline]

Use a subset of a string.

Parameters:
s A string of '0' and '1' characters.
position Index of the first character in s to use.
n The number of characters to copy.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of s.
std::invalid_argument If a character appears in the string which is neither '0' nor '1'.

Definition at line 777 of file bitset.


Member Function Documentation

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::_Unchecked_flip ( size_t  __pos  )  [inline]

These versions of single-bit set, reset, flip, and test are extensions from the SGI version. They do no range checking.

Definition at line 896 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::_Unchecked_reset ( size_t  __pos  )  [inline]

These versions of single-bit set, reset, flip, and test are extensions from the SGI version. They do no range checking.

Definition at line 889 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::_Unchecked_set ( size_t  __pos,
int  __val 
) [inline]

These versions of single-bit set, reset, flip, and test are extensions from the SGI version. They do no range checking.

Definition at line 879 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::_Unchecked_test ( size_t  __pos  )  const [inline]

These versions of single-bit set, reset, flip, and test are extensions from the SGI version. They do no range checking.

Definition at line 903 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::all (  )  const [inline]

Tests whether all the bits are on.

Returns:
True if all the bits are set.

Definition at line 1170 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::any (  )  const [inline]

Tests whether any of the bits are on.

Returns:
True if at least one bit is set.

Definition at line 1178 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
size_t std::bitset< _Nb >::count (  )  const [inline]

Returns the number of bits which are set.

Definition at line 1130 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::flip ( size_t  __position  )  [inline]

Toggles a given bit to its opposite value.

Parameters:
position The index of the bit.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of the set.

Definition at line 976 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::flip (  )  [inline]

Toggles every bit to its opposite value.

Definition at line 963 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::none (  )  const [inline]

Tests whether any of the bits are on.

Returns:
True if none of the bits are set.

Definition at line 1186 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::operator!= ( const bitset< _Nb > &  __rhs  )  const [inline]

These comparisons for equality/inequality are, well, bitwise.

Definition at line 1145 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::operator&= ( const bitset< _Nb > &  __rhs  )  [inline]

Operations on bitsets.

Parameters:
rhs A same-sized bitset.
These should be self-explanatory.

Definition at line 810 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb> std::bitset< _Nb >::operator<< ( size_t  __position  )  const [inline]

Self-explanatory.

Definition at line 1192 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::operator<<= ( size_t  __position  )  [inline]

Operations on bitsets.

Parameters:
position The number of places to shift.
These should be self-explanatory.

Definition at line 839 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::operator== ( const bitset< _Nb > &  __rhs  )  const [inline]

These comparisons for equality/inequality are, well, bitwise.

Definition at line 1141 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb> std::bitset< _Nb >::operator>> ( size_t  __position  )  const [inline]

Self-explanatory.

Definition at line 1196 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::operator>>= ( size_t  __position  )  [inline]

Operations on bitsets.

Parameters:
position The number of places to shift.
These should be self-explanatory.

Definition at line 852 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::operator[] ( size_t  __position  )  const [inline]

Array-indexing support.

Parameters:
position Index into the bitset.
Returns:
A bool for a 'const bitset'. For non-const bitsets, an instance of the reference proxy class.
Note:
These operators do no range checking and throw no exceptions, as required by DR 11 to the standard.
_GLIBCXX_RESOLVE_LIB_DEFECTS Note that this implementation already resolves DR 11 (items 1 and 2), but does not do the range-checking required by that DR's resolution. -pme The DR has since been changed: range-checking is a precondition (users' responsibility), and these functions must not throw. -pme

Definition at line 1008 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
reference std::bitset< _Nb >::operator[] ( size_t  __position  )  [inline]

Array-indexing support.

Parameters:
position Index into the bitset.
Returns:
A bool for a 'const bitset'. For non-const bitsets, an instance of the reference proxy class.
Note:
These operators do no range checking and throw no exceptions, as required by DR 11 to the standard.
_GLIBCXX_RESOLVE_LIB_DEFECTS Note that this implementation already resolves DR 11 (items 1 and 2), but does not do the range-checking required by that DR's resolution. -pme The DR has since been changed: range-checking is a precondition (users' responsibility), and these functions must not throw. -pme

Definition at line 1004 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::operator^= ( const bitset< _Nb > &  __rhs  )  [inline]

Operations on bitsets.

Parameters:
rhs A same-sized bitset.
These should be self-explanatory.

Definition at line 824 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::operator|= ( const bitset< _Nb > &  __rhs  )  [inline]

Operations on bitsets.

Parameters:
rhs A same-sized bitset.
These should be self-explanatory.

Definition at line 817 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb> std::bitset< _Nb >::operator~ (  )  const [inline]

See the no-argument flip().

Definition at line 985 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::reset ( size_t  __position  )  [inline]

Sets a given bit to false.

Parameters:
position The index of the bit.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of the set.
Same as writing set(pos,false).

Definition at line 952 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::reset (  )  [inline]

Sets every bit to false.

Definition at line 938 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::set ( size_t  __position,
bool  __val = true 
) [inline]

Sets a given bit to a particular value.

Parameters:
position The index of the bit.
val Either true or false, defaults to true.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of the set.

Definition at line 927 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bitset<_Nb>& std::bitset< _Nb >::set (  )  [inline]

Sets every bit to true.

Definition at line 913 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
size_t std::bitset< _Nb >::size (  )  const [inline]

Returns the total number of bits.

Definition at line 1135 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
bool std::bitset< _Nb >::test ( size_t  __position  )  const [inline]

Tests the value of a bit.

Parameters:
position The index of a bit.
Returns:
The value at pos.
Exceptions:
std::out_of_range If pos is bigger the size of the set.

Definition at line 1156 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
template<class _CharT , class _Traits , class _Alloc >
std::basic_string<_CharT, _Traits, _Alloc> std::bitset< _Nb >::to_string (  )  const [inline]

Returns a character interpretation of the bitset.

Returns:
The string equivalent of the bits.
Note the ordering of the bits: decreasing character positions correspond to increasing bit positions (see the main class notes for an example).

Definition at line 1032 of file bitset.

template<size_t _Nb>
unsigned long std::bitset< _Nb >::to_ulong (  )  const [inline]

Returns a numerical interpretation of the bitset.

Returns:
The integral equivalent of the bits.
Exceptions:
std::overflow_error If there are too many bits to be represented in an unsigned long.

Definition at line 1019 of file bitset.


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