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Modula-2 collections library. The library provides an API for collection ADTs, in particular: stacks, queues, double ended queues, priority queues, balanced binary search trees, patricia tries, dynamic arrays and hash tables to store arbitrary data. The hash table ADT allows data to be stored and retrieved by reference or by copy, with built-in reference counting. All other ADTs allow data to be stored and retrieved by reference only. The library follows PIM4, it has no dependencies and it is platform independent. The library is tested with GM2 using option 'fpim4'. Under development. BSD style license.


aatree aatrees abstract-data-type abstractdatatypes balancedtree binarysearchtree binarysearchtrees collection collections datastructures deque dynamicarray dynamicarrays gnumodula2 gnu-modula2 gnu-modula-2 hash hashtable hashtables keyvalue key-value keyvaluestorage key-value-storage modula2 modula-2 objectivemodula2 objective-modula2 objective-modula-2 opaque-data-type opaquedatatypes patricia patriciatrie patriciatries priorityqueue queue queues referencecounting reusability splay splaytree splaytrees stack stacks trees trie

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Nov 7 2019 — Dec 7 2019

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Dec 7 2018 — Dec 7 2019


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