The standard library rw_vector package implements vanilla mutable vectors (one-dimensional arrays). These are typeagnostic — a given rw_vector may hold elements of any Mythryl type. Typelocked vectors are also available, and can yield significant space savings when space is more important than flexibility. For example, a rw_vector_of_chars can store a sequence of ASCII characters in one-fourth or less of the space used by a vanilla rw_vector to do the same job.
The rw_vector package implements the Rw_Vector API.
The rw_vector package source code is in src/lib/std/src/rw-vector.pkg.
See also: rw_vector_quicksort.
See also: sparse_rw_vector.
See also: rw_vector_slice.
See also: vector.
See also: red_black_numbered_list.
See also: rw_matrix.
See also: rw_vector_of_chars.
See also: rw_vector_of_one_byte_unts.
See also: rw_vector_of_eight_byte_floats.
See also: rw_float_vector.
See also: string.
See also: expanding_rw_vector.
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