Compressed integer sets based on Roaring bitmaps.
Roaring bitmaps are fast, compressed, and portable bitmaps, used to store unique sorted integer sets. These bitmaps offer better real-world space complexity and performance than typical hash sets (such as Python’s built-in set), and can be serialized into a portable format for storage and interop with the C/C++, Java and Go libraries.
This library makes the CRoaring implementation available in Python 2.7 and 3.5+. It uses CFFI, so it works on both CPython and PyPy. The full Python set interface is implemented. Comprehensive tests are included.
pip install croaring
The CRoaring source is included with the Python library, so you don’t need to install it from elsewhere (though you may need a C compiler available if a binary package is unavailable for your architecture).
Instantiate a croaring.RoaringBitmap(), and use it just like a normal set:
>>> import croaring >>> bitmap = croaring.RoaringBitmap() >>> bitmap RoaringBitmap() >>> bitmap.add(1) >>> bitmap.add(4572) >>> bitmap.add(326) >>> bitmap RoaringBitmap([1, 326, 4572])
You can use either binary operators (|, &, ^ and -) or their English names (union, intersection, symmetric_difference and difference):
>>> bitmap | RoaringBitmap([50, 95]) RoaringBitmap([1, 50, 95, 326, 4572]) >>> bitmap & RoaringBitmap([200, 326]) RoaringBitmap() >>> bitmap ^ RoaringBitmap([200, 326]) RoaringBitmap([1, 200, 4572])
Since the bitmaps are ordered, indexing (including negative) is supported:
>>> bitmap 326 >>> bitmap[-1] 4572
Finally, you can construct a bitmap from a range, similar to the arguments to Python’s built-in range:
>>> RoaringBitmap.range(10) RoaringBitmap([0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]) >>> RoaringBitmap.range(2, 10) RoaringBitmap([2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]) >>> RoaringBitmap.range(2, 10, 3) RoaringBitmap([2, 5, 8])
CRoaring is licensed under the Apache License v2.0:
Copyright 2016 The CRoaring authors
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