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// UnaryQueryOperator.cs 
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using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Diagnostics.Contracts;
 
namespace System.Linq.Parallel 
{
    ///  
    /// The base class from which all binary query operators derive, that is, those that
    /// have two child operators. This introduces some convenience methods for those
    /// classes, as well as any state common to all subclasses.
    ///  
    /// 
    ///  
    internal abstract class UnaryQueryOperator : QueryOperator 
    {
 
        // The single child operator for the current node.
        private readonly QueryOperator m_child;

        // The state of the order index of the output of this operator. 
        private OrdinalIndexState m_indexState = OrdinalIndexState.Shuffled;
 
        //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
        // Constructors
        // 

        internal UnaryQueryOperator(IEnumerable child)
            : this(QueryOperator.AsQueryOperator(child))
        { 
        }
 
        internal UnaryQueryOperator(IEnumerable child, bool outputOrdered) 
            : this(QueryOperator.AsQueryOperator(child), outputOrdered)
        { 
        }

        private UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child)
            : this(child, child.OutputOrdered, child.SpecifiedQuerySettings) 
        {
        } 
 
        internal UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child, bool outputOrdered)
            : this(child, outputOrdered, child.SpecifiedQuerySettings) 
        {
        }

        private UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child, bool outputOrdered, QuerySettings settings) 
            : base(outputOrdered, settings)
        { 
            m_child = child; 
        }
 
        internal QueryOperator Child
        {
            get { return m_child; }
        } 

        internal override sealed OrdinalIndexState OrdinalIndexState 
        { 
            get { return m_indexState; }
        } 

        protected void SetOrdinalIndexState(OrdinalIndexState indexState)
        {
            m_indexState = indexState; 
        }
 
        //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
        // This method wraps each enumerator in inputStream with an enumerator performing this
        // operator's transformation. However, instead of returning the transformed partitioned 
        // stream, we pass it to a recipient object by calling recipient.Give(..). That
        // way, we can "return" a partitioned stream that potentially uses a different order key
        // from the order key of the input stream.
        // 

        internal abstract void WrapPartitionedStream( 
            PartitionedStream inputStream, IPartitionedStreamRecipient recipient, 
            bool preferStriping, QuerySettings settings);
 

        //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        // Implementation of QueryResults for an unary operator. The results will not be indexible
        // unless a derived class provides that functionality. 
        //
 
        internal class UnaryQueryOperatorResults : QueryResults 
        {
            protected QueryResults m_childQueryResults; // Results of the child query 
            private UnaryQueryOperator m_op; // Operator that generated these results
            private QuerySettings m_settings; // Settings collected from the query
            private bool m_preferStriping; // If the results are indexible, should we use striping when partitioning them
 
            internal UnaryQueryOperatorResults(QueryResults childQueryResults, UnaryQueryOperator op, QuerySettings settings, bool preferStriping)
            { 
                m_childQueryResults = childQueryResults; 
                m_op = op;
                m_settings = settings; 
                m_preferStriping = preferStriping;
            }

            internal override void GivePartitionedStream(IPartitionedStreamRecipient recipient) 
            {
                Contract.Assert(IsIndexible == (m_op.OrdinalIndexState == OrdinalIndexState.Indexible)); 
 
                if (m_settings.ExecutionMode.Value == ParallelExecutionMode.Default && m_op.LimitsParallelism)
                { 
                    // We need to run the query sequentially, up to and including this operator
                    IEnumerable opSequential = m_op.AsSequentialQuery(m_settings.CancellationState.ExternalCancellationToken);
                    PartitionedStream result = ExchangeUtilities.PartitionDataSource(
                        opSequential, m_settings.DegreeOfParallelism.Value, m_preferStriping); 
                    recipient.Receive(result);
                } 
                else if (IsIndexible) 
                {
                    // The output of this operator is indexible. Pass the partitioned output into the IPartitionedStreamRecipient. 
                    PartitionedStream result = ExchangeUtilities.PartitionDataSource(this, m_settings.DegreeOfParallelism.Value, m_preferStriping);
                    recipient.Receive(result);
                }
                else 
                {
                    // The common case: get partitions from the child and wrap each partition. 
                    m_childQueryResults.GivePartitionedStream(new ChildResultsRecipient(recipient, m_op, m_preferStriping, m_settings)); 
                }
            } 

            //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            // ChildResultsRecipient is a recipient of a partitioned stream. It receives a partitioned
            // stream from the child operator, wraps the enumerators with the transformation for this 
            // operator, and passes the partitioned stream along to the next recipient (the parent
            // operator). 
            // 

            private class ChildResultsRecipient : IPartitionedStreamRecipient 
            {
                IPartitionedStreamRecipient m_outputRecipient;
                UnaryQueryOperator m_op;
                bool m_preferStriping; 
                QuerySettings m_settings;
 
                internal ChildResultsRecipient( 
                    IPartitionedStreamRecipient outputRecipient, UnaryQueryOperator op, bool preferStriping, QuerySettings settings)
                { 
                    m_outputRecipient = outputRecipient;
                    m_op = op;
                    m_preferStriping = preferStriping;
                    m_settings = settings; 
                }
 
                public void Receive(PartitionedStream inputStream) 
                {
                    // Call WrapPartitionedStream on our operator, which will wrap the input 
                    // partitioned stream, and pass the result along to m_outputRecipient.
                    m_op.WrapPartitionedStream(inputStream, m_outputRecipient, m_preferStriping, m_settings);
                }
            } 
        }
 
    } 
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// ==++== 
//
//   Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
//
// ==--== 
// =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+
// 
// UnaryQueryOperator.cs 
//
// [....] 
//
// =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Diagnostics.Contracts;
 
namespace System.Linq.Parallel 
{
    ///  
    /// The base class from which all binary query operators derive, that is, those that
    /// have two child operators. This introduces some convenience methods for those
    /// classes, as well as any state common to all subclasses.
    ///  
    /// 
    ///  
    internal abstract class UnaryQueryOperator : QueryOperator 
    {
 
        // The single child operator for the current node.
        private readonly QueryOperator m_child;

        // The state of the order index of the output of this operator. 
        private OrdinalIndexState m_indexState = OrdinalIndexState.Shuffled;
 
        //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
        // Constructors
        // 

        internal UnaryQueryOperator(IEnumerable child)
            : this(QueryOperator.AsQueryOperator(child))
        { 
        }
 
        internal UnaryQueryOperator(IEnumerable child, bool outputOrdered) 
            : this(QueryOperator.AsQueryOperator(child), outputOrdered)
        { 
        }

        private UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child)
            : this(child, child.OutputOrdered, child.SpecifiedQuerySettings) 
        {
        } 
 
        internal UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child, bool outputOrdered)
            : this(child, outputOrdered, child.SpecifiedQuerySettings) 
        {
        }

        private UnaryQueryOperator(QueryOperator child, bool outputOrdered, QuerySettings settings) 
            : base(outputOrdered, settings)
        { 
            m_child = child; 
        }
 
        internal QueryOperator Child
        {
            get { return m_child; }
        } 

        internal override sealed OrdinalIndexState OrdinalIndexState 
        { 
            get { return m_indexState; }
        } 

        protected void SetOrdinalIndexState(OrdinalIndexState indexState)
        {
            m_indexState = indexState; 
        }
 
        //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
        // This method wraps each enumerator in inputStream with an enumerator performing this
        // operator's transformation. However, instead of returning the transformed partitioned 
        // stream, we pass it to a recipient object by calling recipient.Give(..). That
        // way, we can "return" a partitioned stream that potentially uses a different order key
        // from the order key of the input stream.
        // 

        internal abstract void WrapPartitionedStream( 
            PartitionedStream inputStream, IPartitionedStreamRecipient recipient, 
            bool preferStriping, QuerySettings settings);
 

        //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        // Implementation of QueryResults for an unary operator. The results will not be indexible
        // unless a derived class provides that functionality. 
        //
 
        internal class UnaryQueryOperatorResults : QueryResults 
        {
            protected QueryResults m_childQueryResults; // Results of the child query 
            private UnaryQueryOperator m_op; // Operator that generated these results
            private QuerySettings m_settings; // Settings collected from the query
            private bool m_preferStriping; // If the results are indexible, should we use striping when partitioning them
 
            internal UnaryQueryOperatorResults(QueryResults childQueryResults, UnaryQueryOperator op, QuerySettings settings, bool preferStriping)
            { 
                m_childQueryResults = childQueryResults; 
                m_op = op;
                m_settings = settings; 
                m_preferStriping = preferStriping;
            }

            internal override void GivePartitionedStream(IPartitionedStreamRecipient recipient) 
            {
                Contract.Assert(IsIndexible == (m_op.OrdinalIndexState == OrdinalIndexState.Indexible)); 
 
                if (m_settings.ExecutionMode.Value == ParallelExecutionMode.Default && m_op.LimitsParallelism)
                { 
                    // We need to run the query sequentially, up to and including this operator
                    IEnumerable opSequential = m_op.AsSequentialQuery(m_settings.CancellationState.ExternalCancellationToken);
                    PartitionedStream result = ExchangeUtilities.PartitionDataSource(
                        opSequential, m_settings.DegreeOfParallelism.Value, m_preferStriping); 
                    recipient.Receive(result);
                } 
                else if (IsIndexible) 
                {
                    // The output of this operator is indexible. Pass the partitioned output into the IPartitionedStreamRecipient. 
                    PartitionedStream result = ExchangeUtilities.PartitionDataSource(this, m_settings.DegreeOfParallelism.Value, m_preferStriping);
                    recipient.Receive(result);
                }
                else 
                {
                    // The common case: get partitions from the child and wrap each partition. 
                    m_childQueryResults.GivePartitionedStream(new ChildResultsRecipient(recipient, m_op, m_preferStriping, m_settings)); 
                }
            } 

            //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            // ChildResultsRecipient is a recipient of a partitioned stream. It receives a partitioned
            // stream from the child operator, wraps the enumerators with the transformation for this 
            // operator, and passes the partitioned stream along to the next recipient (the parent
            // operator). 
            // 

            private class ChildResultsRecipient : IPartitionedStreamRecipient 
            {
                IPartitionedStreamRecipient m_outputRecipient;
                UnaryQueryOperator m_op;
                bool m_preferStriping; 
                QuerySettings m_settings;
 
                internal ChildResultsRecipient( 
                    IPartitionedStreamRecipient outputRecipient, UnaryQueryOperator op, bool preferStriping, QuerySettings settings)
                { 
                    m_outputRecipient = outputRecipient;
                    m_op = op;
                    m_preferStriping = preferStriping;
                    m_settings = settings; 
                }
 
                public void Receive(PartitionedStream inputStream) 
                {
                    // Call WrapPartitionedStream on our operator, which will wrap the input 
                    // partitioned stream, and pass the result along to m_outputRecipient.
                    m_op.WrapPartitionedStream(inputStream, m_outputRecipient, m_preferStriping, m_settings);
                }
            } 
        }
 
    } 
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
                        

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