CFBitVector

Overview

CFBitVector and its derived mutable type, CFMutableBitVector, manage ordered collections of bit values, which are either 0 or 1. CFBitVector creates static bit vectors and CFMutableBitVector creates dynamic bit vectors.

Topics

Creating a Bit Vector

func CFBitVectorCreate(CFAllocator!, UnsafePointer<UInt8>!, CFIndex)

Creates an immutable bit vector from a block of memory.

func CFBitVectorCreateCopy(CFAllocator!, CFBitVector!)

Creates an immutable bit vector that is a copy of another bit vector.

Getting Information About a Bit Vector

func CFBitVectorContainsBit(CFBitVector!, CFRange, CFBit)

Returns whether a bit vector contains a particular bit value.

func CFBitVectorGetBitAtIndex(CFBitVector!, CFIndex)

Returns the bit value at a given index in a bit vector.

func CFBitVectorGetBits(CFBitVector!, CFRange, UnsafeMutablePointer<UInt8>!)

Returns the bit values in a range of indices in a bit vector.

func CFBitVectorGetCount(CFBitVector!)

Returns the number of bit values in a bit vector.

func CFBitVectorGetCountOfBit(CFBitVector!, CFRange, CFBit)

Counts the number of times a certain bit value occurs within a range of bits in a bit vector.

func CFBitVectorGetFirstIndexOfBit(CFBitVector!, CFRange, CFBit)

Locates the first occurrence of a certain bit value within a range of bits in a bit vector.

func CFBitVectorGetLastIndexOfBit(CFBitVector!, CFRange, CFBit)

Locates the last occurrence of a certain bit value within a range of bits in a bit vector.

Getting the CFBitVector Type ID

func CFBitVectorGetTypeID()

Returns the type identifier for the CFBitVector opaque type.

Data Types

typealias CFBit

A binary value of either 0 or 1.

class CFBitVector

A reference to an immutable bit vector object.

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