ringbufferjs

a simple ring buffer data structure

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ringbuffer.js

A simple ring buffer data structure for Node.js and the browser.

Installation

As component for the browser:

$ component install janogonzalez/ringbufferjs

As npm for Node.js:

$ npm install ringbufferjs

Example

var RingBuffer = require('ringbufferjs');

var ring = new RingBuffer(2);

ring.enq(10);
ring.enq(5);
ring.enq(1); // 10 will be discarded
ring.size(); // 2
ring.peek(); // 10
ring.deq(); // 10
ring.size(); // 1

API

RingBuffer()

Initializes a new empty RingBuffer with the default capacity (50).

RingBuffer(capacity)

Initializes a new empty RingBuffer with the given capacity.

RingBuffer#capacity()

Returns the capacity of the ring buffer.

RingBuffer#deq()

Dequeues the top element of the ring buffer. Throws an Error when the buffer is empty.

RingBuffer#enq(element)

Enqueues the element at the end of the ring buffer and returns its new size. When the buffer is full the oldest element is discarded.

RingBuffer#isEmpty()

Returns whether the ring buffer is empty or not.

RingBuffer#isFull()

Returns whether the ring buffer is full or not.

RingBuffer#peek()

Peeks at the top element of the ring buffer. Throws an Error when the buffer is empty.

RingBuffer#size()

Returns the size of the ring buffer.

Testing

As component in the browser, open test/test.html in your browser:

$ make
$ open test/test.html

As npm package:

$ npm test

Licence

MIT

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