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#include "Order.h"
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using namespace std;
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/** @Brief: Regular order constructor */
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Order::Order(int order_id, Address order_source, Address order_dest, 
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    Time order_start_time, Path order_path, Duration order_est_time) 
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{ 
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    id = order_id;
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    source = order_source;
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    dest = order_dest;
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    start_time = order_start_time;
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    path = order_path;
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    est_time = order_est_time;
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}
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/** @Brief: Get order ID */
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int Order::getid() const 
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{
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    return id;
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}  
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Address Order::get_source() const
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{
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    return source;
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}
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Address Order::get_dest() const
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{
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    return dest;
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}
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Time Order::get_start_time() const
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{
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    return start_time;
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}
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Path Order::get_path() const
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{
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    return path;
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}
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Duration Order::get_est_time() const
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{
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    return est_time;
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}
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int Order::get_priority() const
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{
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    return start_time.toSec() + MAX_WAIT_TIME - est_time.toSec();
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}
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bool Order::operator==(Order& order)
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{
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  return this->id == order.id;
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}
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void Order::set_path(Path order_path)
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{
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    path = order_path;
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    return;
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}
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/** @Brief: Order comparison function for PQWrapper 
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 *  NOTE: In order to have a min priority queue, using c++'s pq
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 *  implementation, the compare function must return true if
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 *  o1 is greater than o2.
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bool CompareOrder::operator()(Order& o1, Order& o2) 
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{
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  return o1.get_priority() > o2.get_priority();
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}
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