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   /*
     File: ConcurrentReaderHashMap
   
     Written by Doug Lea. Adapted and released, under explicit
     permission, from JDK1.2 HashMap.java and Hashtable.java which
     carries the following copyright:
   
        * Copyright 1997 by Sun Microsystems, Inc.,
        * 901 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, California, 94303, U.S.A.
       * All rights reserved.
       *
       * This software is the confidential and proprietary information
       * of Sun Microsystems, Inc. ("Confidential Information").  You
       * shall not disclose such Confidential Information and shall use
       * it only in accordance with the terms of the license agreement
       * you entered into with Sun.
  
    History:
    Date       Who                What
    28oct1999  dl               Created
    14dec1999  dl               jmm snapshot
    19apr2000  dl               use barrierLock
    12jan2001  dl               public release
    17nov2001  dl               Minor tunings
    20may2002  dl               BarrierLock can now be serialized.
    09dec2002  dl               Fix interference checks.
    23jun2004  dl               Avoid bad array sizings in view toArray methods
    02jul2007  blackdrag        adaption of package name to Groovy project
  */
  
  package org.codehaus.groovy.runtime.metaclass;
  
  import java.util.Map;
  import java.util.Set;
  
A version of Hashtable that supports mostly-concurrent reading, but exclusive writing. Because reads are not limited to periods without writes, a concurrent reader policy is weaker than a classic reader/writer policy, but is generally faster and allows more concurrency. This class is a good choice especially for tables that are mainly created by one thread during the start-up phase of a program, and from then on, are mainly read (with perhaps occasional additions or removals) in many threads. If you also need concurrency among writes, consider instead using ConcurrentHashMap.

Successful retrievals using get(key) and containsKey(key) usually run without locking. Unsuccessful ones (i.e., when the key is not present) do involve brief synchronization (locking). Also, the size and isEmpty methods are always synchronized.

Because retrieval operations can ordinarily overlap with writing operations (i.e., put, remove, and their derivatives), retrievals can only be guaranteed to return the results of the most recently completed operations holding upon their onset. Retrieval operations may or may not return results reflecting in-progress writing operations. However, the retrieval operations do always return consistent results -- either those holding before any single modification or after it, but never a nonsense result. For aggregate operations such as putAll and clear, concurrent reads may reflect insertion or removal of only some entries. In those rare contexts in which you use a hash table to synchronize operations across threads (for example, to prevent reads until after clears), you should either encase operations in synchronized blocks, or instead use java.util.Hashtable.

This class also supports optional guaranteed exclusive reads, simply by surrounding a call within a synchronized block, as in
ConcurrentReaderHashMap t; ... Object v;
synchronized(t) { v = t.get(k); }

But this is not usually necessary in practice. For example, it is generally inefficient to write:

   ConcurrentReaderHashMap t; ...            // Inefficient version
   Object key; ...
   Object value; ...
   synchronized(t) { 
     if (!t.containsKey(key))
       t.put(key, value);
       // other code if not previously present
     }
     else {
       // other code if it was previously present
     }
   }
Instead, if the values are intended to be the same in each case, just take advantage of the fact that put returns null if the key was not previously present:
   ConcurrentReaderHashMap t; ...                // Use this instead
   Object key; ...
   Object value; ...
   Object oldValue = t.put(key, value);
   if (oldValue == null) {
     // other code if not previously present
   }
   else {
     // other code if it was previously present
   }

Iterators and Enumerations (i.e., those returned by keySet().iterator(), entrySet().iterator(), values().iterator(), keys(), and elements()) return elements reflecting the state of the hash table at some point at or since the creation of the iterator/enumeration. They will return at most one instance of each element (via next()/nextElement()), but might or might not reflect puts and removes that have been processed since they were created. They do not throw ConcurrentModificationException. However, these iterators are designed to be used by only one thread at a time. Sharing an iterator across multiple threads may lead to unpredictable results if the table is being concurrently modified. Again, you can ensure interference-free iteration by enclosing the iteration in a synchronized block.

This class may be used as a direct replacement for any use of java.util.Hashtable that does not depend on readers being blocked during updates. Like Hashtable but unlike java.util.HashMap, this class does NOT allow null to be used as a key or value. This class is also typically faster than ConcurrentHashMap when there is usually only one thread updating the table, but possibly many retrieving values from it.

Implementation note: A slightly faster implementation of this class will be possible once planned Java Memory Model revisions are in place.

[ Introduction to this package. ]

 
 public class ConcurrentReaderHashMap 
   extends AbstractMap 
   implements MapCloneableSerializable {
 
 
   /*
     The basic strategy is an optimistic-style scheme based on
     the guarantee that the hash table and its lists are always
     kept in a consistent enough state to be read without locking:
 
     * Read operations first proceed without locking, by traversing the
        apparently correct list of the apparently correct bin. If an
        entry is found, but not invalidated (value field null), it is
        returned. If not found, operations must recheck (after a memory
        barrier) to make sure they are using both the right list and
        the right table (which can change under resizes). If
        invalidated, reads must acquire main update lock to wait out
        the update, and then re-traverse.
 
     * All list additions are at the front of each bin, making it easy
        to check changes, and also fast to traverse.  Entry next
        pointers are never assigned. Remove() builds new nodes when
        necessary to preserve this.
 
     * Remove() (also clear()) invalidates removed nodes to alert read
        operations that they must wait out the full modifications.
  
   */

  
A Serializable class for barrier lock
 
   protected static class BarrierLock implements java.io.Serializable { }

  
Lock used only for its memory effects.
 
   protected final BarrierLock barrierLock = new BarrierLock();

  
field written to only to guarantee lock ordering.
 
 
   protected transient Object lastWrite;

  
Force a memory synchronization that will cause all readers to see table. Call only when already holding main synch lock.
 
   protected final void recordModification(Object x) { 
     synchronized() {
        = x;
     }
   }

  
Get ref to table; the reference and the cells it accesses will be at least as fresh as from last use of barrierLock
 
   protected final Entry[] getTableForReading() { 
     synchronized() {
       return 
     }
   }


  
The default initial number of table slots for this table (32). Used when not otherwise specified in constructor.
 
   public static final int DEFAULT_INITIAL_CAPACITY = 32; 


  
The minimum capacity, used if a lower value is implicitly specified by either of the constructors with arguments. MUST be a power of two.
 
   private static final int MINIMUM_CAPACITY = 4;
  
  
The maximum capacity, used if a higher value is implicitly specified by either of the constructors with arguments. MUST be a power of two <= 1<<30.
 
   private static final int MAXIMUM_CAPACITY = 1 << 30;
  
  
The default load factor for this table (1.0). Used when not otherwise specified in constructor.
 
 
   public static final float DEFAULT_LOAD_FACTOR = 0.75f; 


  
The hash table data.
 
   protected transient Entry[] table;

  
The total number of mappings in the hash table.
 
   protected transient int count;

  
The table is rehashed when its size exceeds this threshold. (The value of this field is always (int)(capacity * loadFactor).)

Serial:
 
   protected int threshold;

  
The load factor for the hash table.

Serial:
 
   protected float loadFactor;

  
Returns the appropriate capacity (power of two) for the specified initial capacity argument.
 
   private int p2capacity(int initialCapacity) {
     int cap = initialCapacity;
     
     // Compute the appropriate capacity
     int result;
     if (cap >  || cap < 0) {
       result = ;
     } else {
       result = ;
       while (result < cap)
         result <<= 1;
     }
     return result;
   }

  
Return hash code for Object x. Since we are using power-of-two tables, it is worth the effort to improve hashcode via the same multiplicative scheme as used in IdentityHashMap.
 
   private static int hash(Object x) {
     int h = x.hashCode();
     // Multiply by 127 (quickly, via shifts), and mix in some high
     // bits to help guard against bunching of codes that are
     // consecutive or equally spaced.
     return ((h << 7) - h + (h >>> 9) + (h >>> 17));
   }

  
Check for equality of non-null references x and y.
 
   protected boolean eq(Object xObject y) {
     return x == y || x.equals(y);
   }

  
Constructs a new, empty map with the specified initial capacity and the specified load factor.

Parameters:
initialCapacity the initial capacity The actual initial capacity is rounded to the nearest power of two.
loadFactor the load factor of the ConcurrentReaderHashMap
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if the initial maximum number of elements is less than zero, or if the load factor is nonpositive.
 
   public ConcurrentReaderHashMap(int initialCapacityfloat loadFactor) {
     if (loadFactor <= 0)
       throw new IllegalArgumentException("Illegal Load factor: "+
                                          loadFactor);
     this. = loadFactor;
 
     int cap = p2capacity(initialCapacity);
 
      = new Entry[cap];
      = (int)(cap * loadFactor);
   }

  
Constructs a new, empty map with the specified initial capacity and default load factor.

Parameters:
initialCapacity the initial capacity of the ConcurrentReaderHashMap.
Throws:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if the initial maximum number of elements is less than zero.
 
   public ConcurrentReaderHashMap(int initialCapacity) {
     this(initialCapacity);
   }

  
Constructs a new, empty map with a default initial capacity and load factor.
 
   public ConcurrentReaderHashMap() {
   }

  
Constructs a new map with the same mappings as the given map. The map is created with a capacity of twice the number of mappings in the given map or 16 (whichever is greater), and a default load factor.
 
   public ConcurrentReaderHashMap(Map t) {
         this(Math.max((int) (t.size() / ) + 1, 16),
              );
     putAll(t);
   }

  
Returns the number of key-value mappings in this map.

Returns:
the number of key-value mappings in this map.
 
   public synchronized int size() {
     return ;
   }

  
Returns true if this map contains no key-value mappings.

Returns:
true if this map contains no key-value mappings.
 
   public synchronized boolean isEmpty() {
     return  == 0;
   }
  


  
Returns the value to which the specified key is mapped in this table.

Parameters:
key a key in the table.
Returns:
the value to which the key is mapped in this table; null if the key is not mapped to any value in this table.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the key is null.
See also:
put(java.lang.Object,java.lang.Object)
 
   public Object get(Object key) {
 
     // throw null pointer exception if key null
     int hash = hash(key);
 
     /* 
        Start off at the apparently correct bin.  If entry is found, we
        need to check after a barrier anyway.  If not found, we need a
        barrier to check if we are actually in right bin. So either
        way, we encounter only one barrier unless we need to retry.
        And we only need to fully synchronize if there have been
        concurrent modifications.
     */
 
     Entry[] tab = ;
     int index = hash & (tab.length - 1);
     Entry first = tab[index];
     Entry e = first;
 
     for (;;) {
       if (e == null) {
 
         // If key apparently not there, check to
         // make sure this was a valid read
 
         Entry[] reread = getTableForReading();
         if (tab == reread && first == tab[index])
           return null;
         else {
           // Wrong list -- must restart traversal at new first
           tab = reread;
           e = first = tab[index = hash & (tab.length-1)];
         }
 
       }
 
       else if (e.hash == hash && eq(keye.key)) {
         Object value = e.value;
         if (value != null
           return value;
 
         // Entry was invalidated during deletion. But it could
         // have been re-inserted, so we must retraverse.
         // To avoid useless contention, get lock to wait out modifications
         // before retraversing.
 
         synchronized(this) {
           tab = ;
         }
         e = first = tab[index = hash & (tab.length-1)];
 
       }
       else
         e = e.next;
     }
   }


  
Tests if the specified object is a key in this table.

Parameters:
key possible key.
Returns:
true if and only if the specified object is a key in this table, as determined by the equals method; false otherwise.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the key is null.
See also:
contains(java.lang.Object)
 
   public boolean containsKey(Object key) {
     return get(key) != null;
   }

  
Maps the specified key to the specified value in this table. Neither the key nor the value can be null.

The value can be retrieved by calling the get method with a key that is equal to the original key.

Parameters:
key the table key.
value the value.
Returns:
the previous value of the specified key in this table, or null if it did not have one.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the key or value is null.
See also:
java.lang.Object.equals(java.lang.Object)
get(java.lang.Object)
 
   public Object put(Object keyObject value) {
     if (value == null
       throw new NullPointerException();
     
     int hash = hash(key);
     Entry[] tab = ;
     int index = hash & (tab.length-1);
     Entry first = tab[index];
     Entry e;
 
     for (e = firste != nulle = e.next)
       if (e.hash == hash && eq(keye.key))
         break;
 
     synchronized(this) {
       if (tab == ) {
         if (e == null) {
           //  make sure we are adding to correct list
           if (first == tab[index]) {
             //  Add to front of list
             Entry newEntry = new Entry(hashkeyvaluefirst);
             tab[index] = newEntry;
             if (++ >= rehash();
             else recordModification(newEntry);
             return null;
           }
         }
         else {
           Object oldValue = e.value
           if (first == tab[index] && oldValue != null) {
             e.value = value;
             return oldValue;
           }
         }
       }
       
       // retry if wrong list or lost race against concurrent remove
       return sput(keyvaluehash);
     }
   }


  
Continuation of put(), called only when synch lock is held and interference has been detected.
 
   protected Object sput(Object keyObject valueint hash) { 
 
     Entry[] tab = ;
     int index = hash & (tab.length-1);
     Entry first = tab[index];
     Entry e = first;
 
     for (;;) {
       if (e == null) {
         Entry newEntry = new Entry(hashkeyvaluefirst);
         tab[index] = newEntry;
         if (++ >= rehash();
         else recordModification(newEntry);
         return null;
       }
       else if (e.hash == hash && eq(keye.key)) {
         Object oldValue = e.value
         e.value = value;
         return oldValue;
       }
       else
         e = e.next;
     }
   }


  
Rehashes the contents of this map into a new table with a larger capacity. This method is called automatically when the number of keys in this map exceeds its capacity and load factor.
 
   protected void rehash() { 
     Entry[] oldTable = ;
     int oldCapacity = oldTable.length;
     if (oldCapacity >= ) {
        = .// avoid retriggering
       return;
     }
 
     int newCapacity = oldCapacity << 1;
     int mask = newCapacity - 1;
      = (int)(newCapacity * );
 
     Entry[] newTable = new Entry[newCapacity];
     /*
      * Reclassify nodes in each list to new Map.  Because we are
      * using power-of-two expansion, the elements from each bin
      * must either stay at same index, or move to
      * oldCapacity+index. We also eliminate unnecessary node
      * creation by catching cases where old nodes can be reused
      * because their next fields won't change. Statistically, at
      * the default threshhold, only about one-sixth of them need
      * cloning. (The nodes they replace will be garbage
      * collectable as soon as they are no longer referenced by any
      * reader thread that may be in the midst of traversing table
      * right now.)
      */
     
     for (int i = 0; i < oldCapacity ; i++) {
       // We need to guarantee that any existing reads of old Map can
       //  proceed. So we cannot yet null out each bin.  
       Entry e = oldTable[i];
       
       if (e != null) {
         int idx = e.hash & mask;
         Entry next = e.next;
         
         //  Single node on list
         if (next == null
           newTable[idx] = e;
         
         else {    
           // Reuse trailing consecutive sequence of all same bit
           Entry lastRun = e;
           int lastIdx = idx;
           for (Entry last = nextlast != nulllast = last.next) {
             int k = last.hash & mask;
             if (k != lastIdx) {
               lastIdx = k;
               lastRun = last;
             }
           }
           newTable[lastIdx] = lastRun;
           
           // Clone all remaining nodes
           for (Entry p = ep != lastRunp = p.next) {
             int k = p.hash & mask;
             newTable[k] = new Entry(p.hashp.key
                                     p.valuenewTable[k]);
           }
         }
       }
     }
 
      = newTable;
     recordModification(newTable);
   }

  
Removes the key (and its corresponding value) from this table. This method does nothing if the key is not in the table.

Parameters:
key the key that needs to be removed.
Returns:
the value to which the key had been mapped in this table, or null if the key did not have a mapping.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the key is null.
 
   public Object remove(Object key) {
     /*
       Find the entry, then 
         1. Set value field to null, to force get() to retry
         2. Rebuild the list without this entry.
            All entries following removed node can stay in list, but
            all preceeding ones need to be cloned.  Traversals rely
            on this strategy to ensure that elements will not be
           repeated during iteration.
     */
           
 
     int hash = hash(key);
     Entry[] tab = ;
     int index = hash & (tab.length-1);
     Entry first = tab[index];
     Entry e = first;
       
     for (e = firste != nulle = e.next
       if (e.hash == hash && eq(keye.key)) 
         break;
 
 
     synchronized(this) {
       if (tab == ) {
         if (e == null) {
           if (first == tab[index])
             return null;
         }
         else {
           Object oldValue = e.value;
           if (first == tab[index] && oldValue != null) {
             e.value = null;
             --;
             
             Entry head = e.next;
             for (Entry p = firstp != ep = p.next
               head = new Entry(p.hashp.keyp.valuehead);
             
             tab[index] = head;
             recordModification(head);
             return oldValue;
           }
         }
       }
     
       // Wrong list or interference
       return sremove(keyhash);
     }
   }

  
Continuation of remove(), called only when synch lock is held and interference has been detected.
 
   protected Object sremove(Object keyint hash) {
     Entry[] tab = ;
     int index = hash & (tab.length-1);
     Entry first = tab[index];
       
     for (Entry e = firste != nulle = e.next) {
       if (e.hash == hash && eq(keye.key)) {
         Object oldValue = e.value;
         e.value = null;
         --;
         Entry head = e.next;
         for (Entry p = firstp != ep = p.next
           head = new Entry(p.hashp.keyp.valuehead);
         
         tab[index] = head;
         recordModification(head);
         return oldValue;
       }
     }
     return null;
   }


  
Returns true if this map maps one or more keys to the specified value. Note: This method requires a full internal traversal of the hash table, and so is much slower than method containsKey.

Parameters:
value value whose presence in this map is to be tested.
Returns:
true if this map maps one or more keys to the specified value.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the value is null.
 
   public boolean containsValue(Object value) {
     if (value == nullthrow new NullPointerException();
 
     Entry tab[] = getTableForReading();
     
     for (int i = 0 ; i < tab.length; ++i) {
       for (Entry e = tab[i] ; e != null ; e = e.next
         if (value.equals(e.value))
           return true;
     }
 
     return false;
   }

  
Tests if some key maps into the specified value in this table. This operation is more expensive than the containsKey method.

Note that this method is identical in functionality to containsValue, (which is part of the Map interface in the collections framework).

Parameters:
value a value to search for.
Returns:
true if and only if some key maps to the value argument in this table as determined by the equals method; false otherwise.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the value is null.
See also:
containsKey(java.lang.Object)
containsValue(java.lang.Object)
java.util.Map
 
   public boolean contains(Object value) {
     return containsValue(value);
   }


  
Copies all of the mappings from the specified map to this one. These mappings replace any mappings that this map had for any of the keys currently in the specified Map.

Parameters:
t Mappings to be stored in this map.
 
   public synchronized void putAll(Map t) {
     int n = t.size();
     if (n == 0)
       return;
 
     // Expand enough to hold at least n elements without resizing.
     // We can only resize table by factor of two at a time.
     // It is faster to rehash with fewer elements, so do it now.
     while (n >= )
       rehash();
 
     for (Iterator it = t.entrySet().iterator(); it.hasNext();) {
       Map.Entry entry = (Map.Entryit.next();
       Object key = entry.getKey();
       Object value = entry.getValue();
       put(keyvalue);
     }
   }


  
Removes all mappings from this map.
 
   public synchronized void clear() {
     Entry tab[] = ;
     for (int i = 0; i < tab.length ; ++i) { 
 
       // must invalidate all to force concurrent get's to wait and then retry
       for (Entry e = tab[i]; e != nulle = e.next
         e.value = null
 
       tab[i] = null;
     }
      = 0;
     recordModification(tab);
   }

  
Returns a shallow copy of this ConcurrentReaderHashMap instance: the keys and values themselves are not cloned.

Returns:
a shallow copy of this map.
 
   public synchronized Object clone() {
     try { 
 
       t.keySet = null;
       t.entrySet = null;
       t.values = null;
 
       Entry[] tab = ;
       t.table = new Entry[tab.length];
       Entry[] ttab = t.table;
 
       for (int i = 0; i < tab.length; ++i) {
         Entry first = null;
         for (Entry e = tab[i]; e != nulle = e.next
           first = new Entry(e.hashe.keye.valuefirst);
         ttab[i] = first;
       }
 
       return t;
     } 
     catch (CloneNotSupportedException e) { 
       // this shouldn't happen, since we are Cloneable
       throw new InternalError();
     }
   }
 
   // Views
 
   protected transient Set keySet = null;
   protected transient Set entrySet = null;
   protected transient Collection values = null;

  
Returns a set view of the keys contained in this map. The set is backed by the map, so changes to the map are reflected in the set, and vice-versa. The set supports element removal, which removes the corresponding mapping from this map, via the Iterator.remove, Set.remove, removeAll, retainAll, and clear operations. It does not support the add or addAll operations.

Returns:
a set view of the keys contained in this map.
 
   public Set keySet() {
     Set ks = ;
     return (ks != null)? ks : ( = new KeySet());
   }
   
   private class KeySet extends AbstractSet {
     public Iterator iterator() {
       return new KeyIterator();
     }
     public int size() {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.size();
     }
     public boolean contains(Object o) {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.containsKey(o);
     }
     public boolean remove(Object o) {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.remove(o) != null;
     }
     public void clear() {
       ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.clear();
     }
     public Object[] toArray() {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray();
     }
     public Object[] toArray(Object[] a) {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray(a);
     }
   }

  
Returns a collection view of the values contained in this map. The collection is backed by the map, so changes to the map are reflected in the collection, and vice-versa. The collection supports element removal, which removes the corresponding mapping from this map, via the Iterator.remove, Collection.remove, removeAll, retainAll, and clear operations. It does not support the add or addAll operations.

Returns:
a collection view of the values contained in this map.
 
   public Collection values() {
     Collection vs = ;
     return (vs != null)? vs : ( = new Values());
   }
   
   private class Values extends AbstractCollection {
     public Iterator iterator() {
       return new ValueIterator();
     }
     public int size() {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.size();
     }
     public boolean contains(Object o) {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.containsValue(o);
     }
     public void clear() {
       ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.clear();
     }
     public Object[] toArray() {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray();
     }
     public Object[] toArray(Object[] a) {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray(a);
     }
   }

  
Returns a collection view of the mappings contained in this map. Each element in the returned collection is a Map.Entry. The collection is backed by the map, so changes to the map are reflected in the collection, and vice-versa. The collection supports element removal, which removes the corresponding mapping from the map, via the Iterator.remove, Collection.remove, removeAll, retainAll, and clear operations. It does not support the add or addAll operations.

Returns:
a collection view of the mappings contained in this map.
 
   public Set entrySet() {
     Set es = ;
     return (es != null) ? es : ( = new EntrySet());
   }
 
   private class EntrySet extends AbstractSet {
     public Iterator iterator() {
       return new HashIterator();
     }
     public boolean contains(Object o) {
       if (!(o instanceof Map.Entry))
         return false;
       Map.Entry entry = (Map.Entry)o;
       Object v = ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.get(entry.getKey());
       return v != null && v.equals(entry.getValue());
     }
     public boolean remove(Object o) {
       if (!(o instanceof Map.Entry))
         return false;
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.findAndRemoveEntry((Map.Entry)o);
     }
     public int size() {
       return ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.size();
     }
     public void clear() {
       ConcurrentReaderHashMap.this.clear();
     }
     public Object[] toArray() {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray();
     }
     public Object[] toArray(Object[] a) {
       Collection c = new ArrayList();
       for (Iterator i = iterator(); i.hasNext(); )
           c.add(i.next());
       return c.toArray(a);
     }
   }

  
Helper method for entrySet.remove
 
   protected synchronized boolean findAndRemoveEntry(Map.Entry entry) {
     Object key = entry.getKey();
     Object v = get(key);
     if (v != null && v.equals(entry.getValue())) {
      remove(key);
      return true;
    }
    else
      return false;
  }

  
Returns an enumeration of the keys in this table.

Returns:
an enumeration of the keys in this table.
See also:
java.util.Enumeration
elements()
keySet()
java.util.Map
  public Enumeration keys() {
    return new KeyIterator();
  }

  
Returns an enumeration of the values in this table. Use the Enumeration methods on the returned object to fetch the elements sequentially.

Returns:
an enumeration of the values in this table.
See also:
java.util.Enumeration
keys()
values()
java.util.Map
  public Enumeration elements() {
    return new ValueIterator();
  }


  
ConcurrentReaderHashMap collision list entry.
  protected static class Entry implements Map.Entry {
    /* 
       The use of volatile for value field ensures that
       we can detect status changes without synchronization.
       The other fields are never changed, and are
       marked as final. 
    */
    protected final int hash;
    protected final Object key;
    protected final Entry next;
    protected volatile Object value;
    Entry(int hashObject keyObject valueEntry next) {
      this. = hash;
      this. = key;
      this. = next;
      this. = value;
    }
    // Map.Entry Ops 
    public Object getKey() {
      return ;
    }

    
Get the value. Note: In an entrySet or entrySet.iterator, unless the set or iterator is used under synchronization of the table as a whole (or you can otherwise guarantee lack of concurrent modification), getValue might return null, reflecting the fact that the entry has been concurrently removed. However, there are no assurances that concurrent removals will be reflected using this method.

Returns:
the current value, or null if the entry has been detectably removed.
    public Object getValue() {
      return 
    }

    
Set the value of this entry. Note: In an entrySet or entrySet.iterator), unless the set or iterator is used under synchronization of the table as a whole (or you can otherwise guarantee lack of concurrent modification), setValue is not strictly guaranteed to actually replace the value field obtained via the get operation of the underlying hash table in multithreaded applications. If iterator-wide synchronization is not used, and any other concurrent put or remove operations occur, sometimes even to other entries, then this change is not guaranteed to be reflected in the hash table. (It might, or it might not. There are no assurances either way.)

Parameters:
value the new value.
Returns:
the previous value, or null if entry has been detectably removed.
Throws:
java.lang.NullPointerException if the value is null.
    public Object setValue(Object value) {
      if (value == null)
        throw new NullPointerException();
      Object oldValue = this.;
      this. = value;
      return oldValue;
    }
    public boolean equals(Object o) {
      if (!(o instanceof Map.Entry))
        return false;
      Map.Entry e = (Map.Entry)o;
      return (.equals(e.getKey()) && .equals(e.getValue()));
    }
    
    public int hashCode() {
      return  .hashCode() ^ .hashCode();
    }
    
    public String toString() {
      return  + "=" + ;
    }
  }
  protected class HashIterator implements IteratorEnumeration {
    protected final Entry[] tab;           // snapshot of table
    protected int index;                   // current slot 
    protected Entry entry = null;          // current node of slot
    protected Object currentKey;           // key for current node
    protected Object currentValue;         // value for current node
    protected Entry lastReturned = null;   // last node returned by next
    protected HashIterator() {
       = . - 1;
    }
    public boolean hasMoreElements() { return hasNext(); }
    public Object nextElement() { return next(); }
    public boolean hasNext() {
      /*
        currentkey and currentValue are set here to ensure that next()
        returns normally if hasNext() returns true. This avoids
        surprises especially when final element is removed during
        traversal -- instead, we just ignore the removal during
        current traversal.  
      */
      for (;;) {
        if ( != null) {
          Object v = .;
          if (v != null) {
             = .;
             = v;
            return true;
          }
          else
             = .;
        }
        while ( == null &&  >= 0)
           = [--];
        if ( == null) {
           =  = null;
          return false;
        }
      }
    }
    protected Object returnValueOfNext() { return ; }
    public Object next() {
      if ( == null && !hasNext())
        throw new NoSuchElementException();
      Object result = returnValueOfNext();
       = ;
       =  = null;
       = .;
      return result;
    }
    public void remove() {
      if ( == null)
        throw new IllegalStateException();
       = null;
    }
  }
  protected class KeyIterator extends HashIterator {
    protected Object returnValueOfNext() { return ; }
  }
  
  protected class ValueIterator extends HashIterator {
    protected Object returnValueOfNext() { return ; }
  }
  


  
Save the state of the ConcurrentReaderHashMap instance to a stream (i.e., serialize it).

SerialData:
The capacity of the ConcurrentReaderHashMap (the length of the bucket array) is emitted (int), followed by the size of the ConcurrentReaderHashMap (the number of key-value mappings), followed by the key (Object) and value (Object) for each key-value mapping represented by the ConcurrentReaderHashMap The key-value mappings are emitted in no particular order.
  private synchronized void writeObject(java.io.ObjectOutputStream s)
    throws IOException  {
    // Write out the threshold, loadfactor, and any hidden stuff
    
    // Write out number of buckets
    
    // Write out size (number of Mappings)
    s.writeInt();
    
    // Write out keys and values (alternating)
    for (int index = .-1; index >= 0; index--) {
      Entry entry = [index];
      
      while (entry != null) {
        s.writeObject(entry.key);
        s.writeObject(entry.value);
        entry = entry.next;
      }
    }
  }

  
Reconstitute the ConcurrentReaderHashMap instance from a stream (i.e., deserialize it).
  private synchronized void readObject(java.io.ObjectInputStream s)
    // Read in the threshold, loadfactor, and any hidden stuff
    // Read in number of buckets and allocate the bucket array;
    int numBuckets = s.readInt();
     = new Entry[numBuckets];
    
    // Read in size (number of Mappings)
    int size = s.readInt();
    
    // Read the keys and values, and put the mappings in the table
    for (int i=0; i<sizei++) {
      Object key = s.readObject();
      Object value = s.readObject();
      put(keyvalue);
    }
  }
  
  
Return the number of slots in this table
  public synchronized int capacity() {
    return .;
  }

  
Return the load factor
  public float loadFactor() {
    return ;
  }