Specifies that Koloboke Compile should generate an implementation of the annotated class or interface based on a hash table with the open addressing strategy of collision resolution, using the quadratic probing modification, suggested by C. Radke in the article "The use of quadratic residue research" (1970).
At most one annotation of an annotation type from this package could be applied to a class or a interface.
If none of the annotations from this package is applied to a
@KolobokeSet-annotated type, Koloboke Compile generates an
implementation using the linear probing scheme. However, the default algorithm might be changed in any future
version of Koloboke Compile.
In the Koloboke Collections implementation library, implementation probing scheme is chosen
per-factory, depending on the configured