▹ Example (IntHeap)

▹ Example (PriorityQueue)

func Fix(h Interface, i int)

Fix reestablishes the heap ordering after the element at index i has changed its value. Changing the value of the element at index i and then calling Fix is equivalent to, but less expensive than, calling Remove(h, i) followed by a Push of the new value. The complexity is O(log(n)) where n = h.Len().

func Init(h Interface)

A heap must be initialized before any of the heap operations can be used. Init is idempotent with respect to the heap invariants and may be called whenever the heap invariants may have been invalidated. Its complexity is O(n) where n = h.Len().

func Pop(h Interface) interface{}

Pop removes the minimum element (according to Less) from the heap and returns it. The complexity is O(log(n)) where n = h.Len(). It is equivalent to Remove(h, 0).

func Push(h Interface, x interface{})

Push pushes the element x onto the heap. The complexity is O(log(n)) where n = h.Len().

func Remove(h Interface, i int) interface{}

Remove removes the element at index i from the heap. The complexity is O(log(n)) where n = h.Len().

type Interface interface { sort.Interface Push(x interface{}) // add x as element Len() Pop() interface{} // remove and return element Len() - 1. }

Any type that implements heap.Interface may be used as a min-heap with the following invariants (established after Init has been called or if the data is empty or sorted):

!h.Less(j, i) for 0 <= i < h.Len() and j = 2*i+1 or 2*i+2 and j < h.Len()

Note that Push and Pop in this interface are for package heap's implementation to call. To add and remove things from the heap, use heap.Push and heap.Pop.