SST  13.0.0
SST::UninitializedQueue Class Reference

Always uninitialized queue. More...

#include <uninitializedQueue.h>

Inheritance diagram for SST::UninitializedQueue:

Public Member Functions

 UninitializedQueue (const std::string &message)
 Create a new Queue. More...
bool empty () override
 Returns true if the queue is empty.
int size () override
 Returns the number of activities in the queue.
void insert (Activity *activity) override
 Insert a new activity into the queue.
Activitypop () override
 Remove and return the next activity.
Activityfront () override
 Returns the next activity.

Detailed Description

Always uninitialized queue.

Used for debugging, and preventing accidentally sending messages into an incorrect queue

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ UninitializedQueue()

SST::UninitializedQueue::UninitializedQueue ( const std::string &  message)

Create a new Queue.

message- Message to print when something attempts to use this Queue

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