RFR(m): JEP 269 initial API and skeleton implementation (JDK-8139232)
aleksey.shipilev at oracle.com
Tue Nov 24 12:21:27 UTC 2015
On 11/24/2015 09:26 AM, Stuart Marks wrote:
* It is mildly puzzling why the HashMap initial capacity is different
from the number of elements you are about to push -- need to spell out
that we are adjusting for the default HashMap load factor?
* HashMap would round up the capacity to the next power of two, which
means you can just either use the default capacity (16) in third of the
cases, and/or specialize for a step lower capacity (4/8) for smaller
methods? This saves load-factor-dependent computation.
* Map.of(E... es). Is this a suggested strategy to deal with arrays?
Why not follow Guava's example with doing Map.of(E e1, .. E e11, E...
others) to avoid confusion with arrays? If there is a reason, I must
have overlooked it in JEP description and/or code comments.
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