Class RepeatedDecimal28DenseVector.Mutator

All Implemented Interfaces:
RepeatedValueVector.RepeatedMutator, ValueVector.Mutator
Enclosing class:

public final class RepeatedDecimal28DenseVector.Mutator extends BaseRepeatedValueVector.BaseRepeatedMutator implements RepeatedValueVector.RepeatedMutator
  • Method Details

    • add

      public void add(int index, DrillBuf value)
      Add an element to the given record index. This is similar to the set() method in other value vectors, except that it permits setting multiple values for a single record.
      index - record of the element to add
      value - value to add to the given row
    • addSafe

      public void addSafe(int index, DrillBuf srcValue)
    • setSafe

      public void setSafe(int index, RepeatedDecimal28DenseHolder h)
    • addSafe

      public void addSafe(int index, Decimal28DenseHolder holder)
    • addSafe

      public void addSafe(int index, NullableDecimal28DenseHolder holder)
    • fillEmpties

      public void fillEmpties(int lastWrite, int index)
      Backfill missing offsets from the given last written position to the given current write position. Used by the "new" size-safe column writers to allow skipping values. The set() and setSafe() do not fill empties. See DRILL-5529.
      lastWrite - the position of the last valid write: the offset to be copied forward
      index - the current write position to be initialized
    • add

      protected void add(int index, Decimal28DenseHolder holder)
    • add

      public void add(int index, RepeatedDecimal28DenseHolder holder)
    • generateTestData

      public void generateTestData(int valCount)
      Specified by:
      generateTestData in interface ValueVector.Mutator
      generateTestData in class BaseValueVector.BaseMutator
    • reset

      public void reset()
      Description copied from interface: ValueVector.Mutator
      Resets the mutator to pristine state.
      Specified by:
      reset in interface ValueVector.Mutator
      reset in class BaseValueVector.BaseMutator