Small Feedback around zip and Arrays.stream
paul.sandoz at oracle.com
Mon Apr 29 01:12:17 PDT 2013
On Apr 26, 2013, at 4:26 PM, Richard Warburton <richard.warburton at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just had a quick review of some work code comparing imperative vs
> functional style implementations of autocorrelation. A couple of quick
> * Static importing of Arrays.stream seems fine when its just taking an
> array as an argument, but people get significantly more confused if you're
> using its 3 overload variant.
> * The lack of unboxed overloads on Streams.zip not only has a performance
> hit, but also makes code more confusing to read, since its arguments end up
> having a .boxed() call. This seems to confuse code reviewers.
> * Anecdotally most of my uses of zip so far have been on Collections of
> boxed primitives or arrays of primitives.
And are you zipping primitive streams of the same type?
To support all forms would require zip methods for:
ref + int
ref + long
ref + double
int + int
int + long
int + double
long + long
long + double
double + double
and require additional primitive specializations of BiFunction.
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