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Captain See Sharp6-Jan-07 20:23
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Luc Pattyn wrote:

when you say " They will always be sorted from the start. No sort methods will need to be called." I understand you have code that adds a new number to
an existing, ordered, collection of numbers. Well that is exactly my point,
assume the existing collection of numbers already is range oriented
(which is true for an empty collection),
then you need to add one number at a time to such range-oriented collection,
which should not be to hard:
- locate in existing list (ur already doing that)
- if fits at end of existing range, enlarge that range
- else if fits at beginning of next existing range, enlarge that range
- else insert new range with length 1

I hope this makes sense...


I am doing that in the SelectData method. Perhaps I could email you the source code to HDPC 1.0 (my previous version of the hex editor control) and the new HDPC 2.0 (which I am just getting started on) If you wish to view the source then take a look at the Data class. The Data class is where all the complicated operations are. You will then understand what FindIndexRanges is used for if you look to see how it is used in the actual hex editor that goes with HDPC 1.0. Version 1.0 is very slow although I was attempting to keep simplicity a number one priority in version 1.0 it became a performance nightmare.

FindIndexRanges may not be needed anymore in the new version, I want to keep it for compatibility. I am still in the pre-alpha stage of development for HDPC 2.0 and somethings may be removed and changed. I may either remove the method(unlikely) or mark is as obsolete since I have new API that does not kill performance, although I cannot forsee how this control will be used if at all I want to allow as much flexibility as possible. The purpose of FindIndexRanges is to take an array of numbers, (it doesn't matter from where) and convert it to a range array. I cannot assume that those numbers ARE the selected data indexes.



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Luc Pattyn6-Jan-07 20:27
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QuestionHow to set a System.Timers.Timer to Single Thread Apartmentstate (STA)? Pin
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