The PriorityQueue class
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A PriorityQueue is very similar to a Queue. Values are pushed into the queue with an assigned priority, and the value with the highest priority will always be at the front of the queue.
Implemented using a max heap.
"First in, first out" ordering is preserved for values with the same priority.
Iterating over a PriorityQueue is destructive, equivalent to successive pop operations until the queue is empty.
- Ds\PriorityQueue::allocate — Allocates enough memory for a required capacity
- Ds\PriorityQueue::capacity — Returns the current capacity
- Ds\PriorityQueue::clear — Removes all values
- Ds\PriorityQueue::__construct — Creates a new instance
- Ds\PriorityQueue::copy — Returns a shallow copy of the queue
- Ds\PriorityQueue::count — Returns the number of values in the queue
- Ds\PriorityQueue::isEmpty — Returns whether the queue is empty
- Ds\PriorityQueue::jsonSerialize — Returns a representation that can be converted to JSON
- Ds\PriorityQueue::peek — Returns the value at the front of the queue
- Ds\PriorityQueue::pop — Removes and returns the value with the highest priority
- Ds\PriorityQueue::push — Pushes values into the queue
- Ds\PriorityQueue::toArray — Converts the queue to an array