Assembly: PostSharp.Patterns.Common (in PostSharp.Patterns.Common.dll) Version: 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199)
[SerializableAttribute] public class AdvisableHashSet<T> : DynamicallyAdvisableObject, ISet<T>, ICollection<T>, IEnumerable<T>, IEnumerable, IDynamicallyAdvisableHashSet, IDynamicallyAdvisable, IQueryInterface, ICollection
- The type of elements in the collection
Thetype exposes the following members.
Gets the IEqualityComparer<T> object that is used to determine equality for the values in the set.
Gets the number of elements contained in the ICollection<T>.
Adds an element to the current set and returns a value to indicate if the element was successfully added.
Inserts an element into the underlying set.
Modifies the underlying set by adding and removing the specified items.
Removes all items from the ICollection<T>.
Removes all elements from the underlying set.
Determines whether the ICollection<T> contains a specific value.
Copies the elements of anobject to an array.
|CopyTo(T, Int32, Int32)|
Copies the specified number of elements of anobject to an array, starting at the specified array index.
Returns an IEqualityComparer object that can be used for equality testing of a object.
Removes all elements in the specified collection from the current set.
Executes an action wrapped by all custom advices added to the current object.(Inherited from DynamicallyAdvisableObject.)
Returns an enumerator that iterates through the.
Populates a SerializationInfo with the data needed to serialize the target object.(Overrides DynamicallyAdvisableObject.GetObjectData(SerializationInfo, StreamingContext).)
Initializes the list of dynamic advices.(Inherited from DynamicallyAdvisableObject.)
Modifies the current set so that it contains only elements that are also in a specified collection.
Determines whether the current set is a proper (strict) subset of a specified collection.
Determines whether the current set is a proper (strict) superset of a specified collection.
Determines whether a set is a subset of a specified collection.
Determines whether the current set is a superset of a specified collection.
Runs when the entire object graph has been deserialized.(Overrides DynamicallyAdvisableObject.OnDeserialization(Object).)
Determines whether the current set overlaps with the specified collection.
Removes the first occurrence of a specific object from the ICollection<T>.
Removes an element from the underlying collection.
Removes all elements that match the conditions defined by the specified predicate from a HashSet<T> collection.
Determines whether the current set and the specified collection contain the same elements.
Modifies the current set so that it contains only elements that are present either in the current set or in the specified collection, but not both.
Sets the capacity of aobject to the actual number of elements it contains, rounded up to a nearby, implementation-specific value.
Modifies the current set so that it contains all elements that are present in the current set, in the specified collection, or in both.
|ToAdvisableDictionary<T, TKey, TValue>|
Converts an IEnumerable<T> into a AdvisableDictionary<TKey, TValue> given a method returning the item key and a method returning the item value.(Defined by Extensions.)
Converts an IEnumerable<T> into an .(Defined by Extensions.)
The API of this class is compatible with the HashSet<T> class. It provides some additions but preserves the same design and naming conventions.
Classes that derive from HashSet<T> can add functionalities by overriding protected methods or by defining new public methods. New public methods wrap their logic in a call of the ExecuteWithAdvices<TResult, TAction>(ObjectAccessLevel, TAction) method, which applies boundary aspects. Public methods can access the data structure thanks to protected methods, which have a name ending in Item, for instance AddItem(T). Public methods should not use other public methods of the class, as it may cause inconsistent invocation of advises and performance issues.