Java representation of an indexable object
The com.maplesoft.openmaple.Indexable class is the base class for every Java OpenMaple class that represents a Maple collection. Its member functions provide the basic operations general to any collection, such as querying its size and testing for membership.
Indexable publicly inherits from Algebraic; therefore, it provides all the member functions from the Algebraic class in addition to those listed here.
isEmpty returns true an integer which represents the number of elements in the collection.
This is identical to numElements except that it does not throw a MapleException.
Algebraic Indexable.max() throws MapleException
max returns an Algebraic representing the maximum value in this collection.
boolean Indexable.member( Algebraic e ) throws MapleException
member returns true if e is an element in the collection and false otherwise.
Algebraic Indexable.min() throws MapleException
min returns an Algebraic representing the minimum value in this collection.
int Indexable.numElements() throws MapleException
numElements returns an integer which represents the number of elements in the collection.
size returns an integer which represents the number of elements in the collection.
List Indexable.toList() throws MapleException
toList returns a List with the contents of the current Indexable.
Set Indexable.toSet() throws MapleException
toSet returns a Set with the contents of the current Indexable.
The following classes inherit from Indexable:
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