Commit d550765c authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

(Creating Hash, Hash Access, Defining Hash, Other Hash): Remove @tindex.

parent cdbd783c
......@@ -59,7 +59,6 @@ of object and are used only for recording interned symbols
The principal function for creating a hash table is
@tindex make-hash-table
@defun make-hash-table &rest keyword-args
This function creates a new hash table according to the specified
arguments. The arguments should consist of alternating keywords
......@@ -155,7 +154,6 @@ of the nominal size. The default for @var{threshold} is 0.8.
@end table
@end defun
@tindex makehash
@defun makehash &optional test
This is equivalent to @code{make-hash-table}, but with a different style
argument list. The argument @var{test} specifies the method
......@@ -172,21 +170,18 @@ associations in a hash table. In general, any Lisp object can be used
as a hash key, unless the comparison method imposes limits. Any Lisp
object can also be used as the value.
@tindex gethash
@defun gethash key table &optional default
This function looks up @var{key} in @var{table}, and returns its
associated @var{value}---or @var{default}, if @var{key} has no
association in @var{table}.
@end defun
@tindex puthash
@defun puthash key value table
This function enters an association for @var{key} in @var{table}, with
value @var{value}. If @var{key} already has an association in
@var{table}, @var{value} replaces the old associated value.
@end defun
@tindex remhash
@defun remhash key table
This function removes the association for @var{key} from @var{table}, if
there is one. If @var{key} has no association, @code{remhash} does
......@@ -197,7 +192,6 @@ non-@code{nil} if it actually removed an association and @code{nil}
otherwise. In Emacs Lisp, @code{remhash} always returns @code{nil}.
@end defun
@tindex clrhash
@defun clrhash table
This function removes all the associations from hash table @var{table},
so that it becomes empty. This is also called @dfn{clearing} the hash
......@@ -207,7 +201,6 @@ table.
@var{table}. In Emacs Lisp, it returns @code{nil}.
@end defun
@tindex maphash
@defun maphash function table
@anchor{Definition of maphash}
This function calls @var{function} once for each of the associations in
......@@ -235,7 +228,6 @@ other nearby slots, to see if it has found the key being sought.
function to compute the hash code from a key, and a function to compare
two keys directly.
@tindex define-hash-table-test
@defun define-hash-table-test name test-fn hash-fn
This function defines a new hash table test, named @var{name}.
......@@ -257,7 +249,6 @@ under the property @code{hash-table-test}; the property value's form is
@code{(@var{test-fn} @var{hash-fn})}.
@end defun
@tindex sxhash
@defun sxhash obj
This function returns a hash code for Lisp object @var{obj}.
This is an integer which reflects the contents of @var{obj}
......@@ -303,46 +294,38 @@ and equal-looking objects are considered the same key.
Here are some other functions for working with hash tables.
@tindex hash-table-p
@defun hash-table-p table
This returns non-@code{nil} if @var{table} is a hash table object.
@end defun
@tindex copy-hash-table
@defun copy-hash-table table
This function creates and returns a copy of @var{table}. Only the table
itself is copied---the keys and values are shared.
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-count
@defun hash-table-count table
This function returns the actual number of entries in @var{table}.
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-test
@defun hash-table-test table
This returns the @var{test} value that was given when @var{table} was
created, to specify how to hash and compare keys. See
@code{make-hash-table} (@pxref{Creating Hash}).
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-weakness
@defun hash-table-weakness table
This function returns the @var{weak} value that was specified for hash
table @var{table}.
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-rehash-size
@defun hash-table-rehash-size table
This returns the rehash size of @var{table}.
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-rehash-threshold
@defun hash-table-rehash-threshold table
This returns the rehash threshold of @var{table}.
@end defun
@tindex hash-table-size
@defun hash-table-size table
This returns the current nominal size of @var{table}.
@end defun
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