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// This file is part of Substrate.

// Copyright (C) 2017-2022 Parity Technologies (UK) Ltd.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
// You may obtain a copy of the License at
//
// 	http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
//
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
// WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.

//! Stuff to do with the runtime's storage.

use crate::{
	hash::{ReversibleStorageHasher, StorageHasher},
	storage::types::{
		EncodeLikeTuple, HasKeyPrefix, HasReversibleKeyPrefix, KeyGenerator,
		ReversibleKeyGenerator, TupleToEncodedIter,
	},
};
use codec::{Decode, Encode, EncodeLike, FullCodec, FullEncode};
use sp_core::storage::ChildInfo;
use sp_runtime::generic::{Digest, DigestItem};
use sp_std::{collections::btree_set::BTreeSet, marker::PhantomData, prelude::*};

pub use self::{
	stream_iter::StorageStreamIter,
	transactional::{
		in_storage_layer, with_storage_layer, with_transaction, with_transaction_unchecked,
	},
	types::StorageEntryMetadataBuilder,
};
pub use sp_runtime::TransactionOutcome;
pub use types::Key;

pub mod bounded_btree_map;
pub mod bounded_btree_set;
pub mod bounded_vec;
pub mod child;
#[doc(hidden)]
pub mod generator;
pub mod hashed;
pub mod migration;
pub mod storage_noop_guard;
mod stream_iter;
pub mod transactional;
pub mod types;
pub mod unhashed;
pub mod weak_bounded_vec;

/// Utility type for converting a storage map into a `Get<u32>` impl which returns the maximum
/// key size.
pub struct KeyLenOf<M>(PhantomData<M>);

/// A trait for working with macro-generated storage values under the substrate storage API.
///
/// Details on implementation can be found at [`generator::StorageValue`].
pub trait StorageValue<T: FullCodec> {
	/// The type that get/take return.
	type Query;

	/// Get the storage key.
	fn hashed_key() -> [u8; 32];

	/// Does the value (explicitly) exist in storage?
	fn exists() -> bool;

	/// Load the value from the provided storage instance.
	fn get() -> Self::Query;

	/// Try to get the underlying value from the provided storage instance.
	///
	/// Returns `Ok` if it exists, `Err` if not.
	fn try_get() -> Result<T, ()>;

	/// Translate a value from some previous type (`O`) to the current type.
	///
	/// `f: F` is the translation function.
	///
	/// Returns `Err` if the storage item could not be interpreted as the old type, and Ok, along
	/// with the new value if it could.
	///
	/// NOTE: This operates from and to `Option<_>` types; no effort is made to respect the default
	/// value of the original type.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// This function must be used with care, before being updated the storage still contains the
	/// old type, thus other calls (such as `get`) will fail at decoding it.
	///
	/// # Usage
	///
	/// This would typically be called inside the module implementation of on_runtime_upgrade, while
	/// ensuring **no usage of this storage are made before the call to `on_runtime_upgrade`**.
	/// (More precisely prior initialized modules doesn't make use of this storage).
	fn translate<O: Decode, F: FnOnce(Option<O>) -> Option<T>>(f: F) -> Result<Option<T>, ()>;

	/// Store a value under this key into the provided storage instance.
	fn put<Arg: EncodeLike<T>>(val: Arg);

	/// Store a value under this key into the provided storage instance; this uses the query
	/// type rather than the underlying value.
	fn set(val: Self::Query);

	/// Mutate the value
	fn mutate<R, F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> R>(f: F) -> R;

	/// Mutate the value if closure returns `Ok`
	fn try_mutate<R, E, F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> Result<R, E>>(f: F) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Mutate the value. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	fn mutate_exists<R, F: FnOnce(&mut Option<T>) -> R>(f: F) -> R;

	/// Mutate the value if closure returns `Ok`. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	fn try_mutate_exists<R, E, F: FnOnce(&mut Option<T>) -> Result<R, E>>(f: F) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Clear the storage value.
	fn kill();

	/// Take a value from storage, removing it afterwards.
	fn take() -> Self::Query;

	/// Append the given item to the value in the storage.
	///
	/// `T` is required to implement [`StorageAppend`].
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// If the storage item is not encoded properly, the storage item will be overwritten
	/// and set to `[item]`. Any default value set for the storage item will be ignored
	/// on overwrite.
	fn append<Item, EncodeLikeItem>(item: EncodeLikeItem)
	where
		Item: Encode,
		EncodeLikeItem: EncodeLike<Item>,
		T: StorageAppend<Item>;

	/// Read the length of the storage value without decoding the entire value.
	///
	/// `T` is required to implement [`StorageDecodeLength`].
	///
	/// If the value does not exists or it fails to decode the length, `None` is returned.
	/// Otherwise `Some(len)` is returned.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// `None` does not mean that `get()` does not return a value. The default value is completly
	/// ignored by this function.
	fn decode_len() -> Option<usize>
	where
		T: StorageDecodeLength,
	{
		T::decode_len(&Self::hashed_key())
	}
}

/// A strongly-typed map in storage.
///
/// Details on implementation can be found at [`generator::StorageMap`].
pub trait StorageMap<K: FullEncode, V: FullCodec> {
	/// The type that get/take return.
	type Query;

	/// Get the storage key used to fetch a value corresponding to a specific key.
	fn hashed_key_for<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Vec<u8>;

	/// Does the value (explicitly) exist in storage?
	fn contains_key<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> bool;

	/// Load the value associated with the given key from the map.
	fn get<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Self::Query;

	/// Store or remove the value to be associated with `key` so that `get` returns the `query`.
	fn set<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg, query: Self::Query);

	/// Try to get the value for the given key from the map.
	///
	/// Returns `Ok` if it exists, `Err` if not.
	fn try_get<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Result<V, ()>;

	/// Swap the values of two keys.
	fn swap<KeyArg1: EncodeLike<K>, KeyArg2: EncodeLike<K>>(key1: KeyArg1, key2: KeyArg2);

	/// Store a value to be associated with the given key from the map.
	fn insert<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>, ValArg: EncodeLike<V>>(key: KeyArg, val: ValArg);

	/// Remove the value under a key.
	fn remove<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg);

	/// Mutate the value under a key.
	fn mutate<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>, R, F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> R>(key: KeyArg, f: F) -> R;

	/// Mutate the item, only if an `Ok` value is returned.
	fn try_mutate<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>, R, E, F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> Result<R, E>>(
		key: KeyArg,
		f: F,
	) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Mutate the value under a key.
	///
	/// Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	fn mutate_exists<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>, R, F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> R>(
		key: KeyArg,
		f: F,
	) -> R;

	/// Mutate the item, only if an `Ok` value is returned. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	/// `f` will always be called with an option representing if the storage item exists (`Some<V>`)
	/// or if the storage item does not exist (`None`), independent of the `QueryType`.
	fn try_mutate_exists<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>, R, E, F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> Result<R, E>>(
		key: KeyArg,
		f: F,
	) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Take the value under a key.
	fn take<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Self::Query;

	/// Append the given items to the value in the storage.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement `codec::EncodeAppend`.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// If the storage item is not encoded properly, the storage will be overwritten
	/// and set to `[item]`. Any default value set for the storage item will be ignored
	/// on overwrite.
	fn append<Item, EncodeLikeItem, EncodeLikeKey>(key: EncodeLikeKey, item: EncodeLikeItem)
	where
		EncodeLikeKey: EncodeLike<K>,
		Item: Encode,
		EncodeLikeItem: EncodeLike<Item>,
		V: StorageAppend<Item>;

	/// Read the length of the storage value without decoding the entire value under the
	/// given `key`.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement [`StorageDecodeLength`].
	///
	/// If the value does not exists or it fails to decode the length, `None` is returned.
	/// Otherwise `Some(len)` is returned.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// `None` does not mean that `get()` does not return a value. The default value is completly
	/// ignored by this function.
	fn decode_len<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Option<usize>
	where
		V: StorageDecodeLength,
	{
		V::decode_len(&Self::hashed_key_for(key))
	}

	/// Migrate an item with the given `key` from a defunct `OldHasher` to the current hasher.
	///
	/// If the key doesn't exist, then it's a no-op. If it does, then it returns its value.
	fn migrate_key<OldHasher: StorageHasher, KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Option<V>;

	/// Migrate an item with the given `key` from a `blake2_256` hasher to the current hasher.
	///
	/// If the key doesn't exist, then it's a no-op. If it does, then it returns its value.
	fn migrate_key_from_blake<KeyArg: EncodeLike<K>>(key: KeyArg) -> Option<V> {
		Self::migrate_key::<crate::hash::Blake2_256, KeyArg>(key)
	}
}

/// A strongly-typed map in storage whose keys and values can be iterated over.
pub trait IterableStorageMap<K: FullEncode, V: FullCodec>: StorageMap<K, V> {
	/// The type that iterates over all `(key, value)`.
	type Iterator: Iterator<Item = (K, V)>;
	/// The type that itereates over all `key`s.
	type KeyIterator: Iterator<Item = K>;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you
	/// alter the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map after a specified `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical
	/// order of the encoded key. If you alter the map while doing this, you'll get undefined
	/// results.
	fn iter_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key, skipping over
	/// the elements. If you alter the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_keys() -> Self::KeyIterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys in the map after a specified `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical order
	/// of the encoded key. If you alter the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_keys_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::KeyIterator;

	/// Remove all elements from the map and iterate through them in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add elements to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn drain() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Translate the values of all elements by a function `f`, in the map in lexicographical order
	/// of the encoded key.
	/// By returning `None` from `f` for an element, you'll remove it from the map.
	///
	/// NOTE: If a value fail to decode because storage is corrupted then it is skipped.
	fn translate<O: Decode, F: FnMut(K, O) -> Option<V>>(f: F);
}

/// A strongly-typed double map in storage whose secondary keys and values can be iterated over.
pub trait IterableStorageDoubleMap<K1: FullCodec, K2: FullCodec, V: FullCodec>:
	StorageDoubleMap<K1, K2, V>
{
	/// The type that iterates over all `key2`.
	type PartialKeyIterator: Iterator<Item = K2>;

	/// The type that iterates over all `(key2, value)`.
	type PrefixIterator: Iterator<Item = (K2, V)>;

	/// The type that iterates over all `(key1, key2)`.
	type FullKeyIterator: Iterator<Item = (K1, K2)>;

	/// The type that iterates over all `(key1, key2, value)`.
	type Iterator: Iterator<Item = (K1, K2, V)>;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map with first key `k1` in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add or remove values whose first key is `k1` to the map while doing
	/// this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_prefix(k1: impl EncodeLike<K1>) -> Self::PrefixIterator;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map with first key `k1` after a specified `starting_raw_key`
	/// in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values whose first key is
	/// `k1` to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_prefix_from(k1: impl EncodeLike<K1>, starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>)
		-> Self::PrefixIterator;

	/// Enumerate all second keys `k2` in the map with the same first key `k1` in lexicographical
	/// order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values whose first key is `k1` to the map
	/// while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_key_prefix(k1: impl EncodeLike<K1>) -> Self::PartialKeyIterator;

	/// Enumerate all second keys `k2` in the map with the same first key `k1` after a specified
	/// `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values
	/// whose first key is `k1` to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_key_prefix_from(
		k1: impl EncodeLike<K1>,
		starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>,
	) -> Self::PartialKeyIterator;

	/// Remove all elements from the map with first key `k1` and iterate through them in
	/// lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add elements with first key `k1` to the
	/// map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn drain_prefix(k1: impl EncodeLike<K1>) -> Self::PrefixIterator;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add
	/// or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map after a specified `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical
	/// order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll
	/// get undefined results.
	fn iter_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys `k1` and `k2` in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If
	/// you add or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_keys() -> Self::FullKeyIterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys `k1` and `k2` in the map after a specified `starting_raw_key` in
	/// lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values to the map while
	/// doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_keys_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::FullKeyIterator;

	/// Remove all elements from the map and iterate through them in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add elements to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn drain() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Translate the values of all elements by a function `f`, in the map in lexicographical order
	/// of the encoded key.
	/// By returning `None` from `f` for an element, you'll remove it from the map.
	///
	/// NOTE: If a value fail to decode because storage is corrupted then it is skipped.
	fn translate<O: Decode, F: FnMut(K1, K2, O) -> Option<V>>(f: F);
}

/// A strongly-typed map with arbitrary number of keys in storage whose keys and values can be
/// iterated over.
pub trait IterableStorageNMap<K: ReversibleKeyGenerator, V: FullCodec>: StorageNMap<K, V> {
	/// The type that iterates over all `(key1, key2, key3, ... keyN)` tuples.
	type KeyIterator: Iterator<Item = K::Key>;

	/// The type that iterates over all `(key1, key2, key3, ... keyN), value)` tuples.
	type Iterator: Iterator<Item = (K::Key, V)>;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map with prefix key `kp` in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add or remove values whose prefix is `kp` to the map while doing this,
	/// you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_prefix<KP>(kp: KP) -> PrefixIterator<(<K as HasKeyPrefix<KP>>::Suffix, V)>
	where
		K: HasReversibleKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map with prefix key `kp` after a specified `starting_raw_key`
	/// in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values whose prefix is
	/// `kp` to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_prefix_from<KP>(
		kp: KP,
		starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>,
	) -> PrefixIterator<(<K as HasKeyPrefix<KP>>::Suffix, V)>
	where
		K: HasReversibleKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Enumerate all suffix keys in the map with prefix key `kp` in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add or remove values whose prefix is `kp` to the map while doing this,
	/// you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_key_prefix<KP>(kp: KP) -> KeyPrefixIterator<<K as HasKeyPrefix<KP>>::Suffix>
	where
		K: HasReversibleKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Enumerate all suffix keys in the map with prefix key `kp` after a specified
	/// `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values
	/// whose prefix is `kp` to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_key_prefix_from<KP>(
		kp: KP,
		starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>,
	) -> KeyPrefixIterator<<K as HasKeyPrefix<KP>>::Suffix>
	where
		K: HasReversibleKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Remove all elements from the map with prefix key `kp` and iterate through them in
	/// lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add elements with prefix key `kp` to the
	/// map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn drain_prefix<KP>(kp: KP) -> PrefixIterator<(<K as HasKeyPrefix<KP>>::Suffix, V)>
	where
		K: HasReversibleKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add
	/// or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all elements in the map after a specified `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical
	/// order of the encoded key. If you add or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll
	/// get undefined results.
	fn iter_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys in the map in lexicographical order of the encoded key. If you add or
	/// remove values to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn iter_keys() -> Self::KeyIterator;

	/// Enumerate all keys in the map after `starting_raw_key` in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add or remove values to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined
	/// results.
	fn iter_keys_from(starting_raw_key: Vec<u8>) -> Self::KeyIterator;

	/// Remove all elements from the map and iterate through them in lexicographical order of the
	/// encoded key. If you add elements to the map while doing this, you'll get undefined results.
	fn drain() -> Self::Iterator;

	/// Translate the values of all elements by a function `f`, in the map in lexicographical order
	/// of the encoded key.
	/// By returning `None` from `f` for an element, you'll remove it from the map.
	///
	/// NOTE: If a value fail to decode because storage is corrupted then it is skipped.
	fn translate<O: Decode, F: FnMut(K::Key, O) -> Option<V>>(f: F);
}

/// An implementation of a map with a two keys.
///
/// Details on implementation can be found at [`generator::StorageDoubleMap`].
pub trait StorageDoubleMap<K1: FullEncode, K2: FullEncode, V: FullCodec> {
	/// The type that get/take returns.
	type Query;

	/// Get the storage key used to fetch a value corresponding to a specific key.
	fn hashed_key_for<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2) -> Vec<u8>
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Does the value (explicitly) exist in storage?
	fn contains_key<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2) -> bool
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Load the value associated with the given key from the double map.
	fn get<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2) -> Self::Query
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Try to get the value for the given key from the double map.
	///
	/// Returns `Ok` if it exists, `Err` if not.
	fn try_get<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2) -> Result<V, ()>
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Store or remove the value to be associated with `key` so that `get` returns the `query`.
	fn set<KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>, KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, query: Self::Query);

	/// Take a value from storage, removing it afterwards.
	fn take<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2) -> Self::Query
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Swap the values of two key-pairs.
	fn swap<XKArg1, XKArg2, YKArg1, YKArg2>(x_k1: XKArg1, x_k2: XKArg2, y_k1: YKArg1, y_k2: YKArg2)
	where
		XKArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		XKArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		YKArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		YKArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Store a value to be associated with the given keys from the double map.
	fn insert<KArg1, KArg2, VArg>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, val: VArg)
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		VArg: EncodeLike<V>;

	/// Remove the value under the given keys.
	fn remove<KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2)
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>;

	/// Remove all values under the first key `k1` in the overlay and up to `limit` in the
	/// backend.
	///
	/// All values in the client overlay will be deleted, if there is some `limit` then up to
	/// `limit` values are deleted from the client backend, if `limit` is none then all values in
	/// the client backend are deleted.
	///
	/// # Note
	///
	/// Calling this multiple times per block with a `limit` set leads always to the same keys being
	/// removed and the same result being returned. This happens because the keys to delete in the
	/// overlay are not taken into account when deleting keys in the backend.
	#[deprecated = "Use `clear_prefix` instead"]
	fn remove_prefix<KArg1>(k1: KArg1, limit: Option<u32>) -> sp_io::KillStorageResult
	where
		KArg1: ?Sized + EncodeLike<K1>;

	/// Remove all values under the first key `k1` in the overlay and up to `maybe_limit` in the
	/// backend.
	///
	/// All values in the client overlay will be deleted, if `maybe_limit` is `Some` then up to
	/// that number of values are deleted from the client backend, otherwise all values in the
	/// client backend are deleted.
	///
	/// ## Cursors
	///
	/// The `maybe_cursor` parameter should be `None` for the first call to initial removal.
	/// If the resultant `maybe_cursor` is `Some`, then another call is required to complete the
	/// removal operation. This value must be passed in as the subsequent call's `maybe_cursor`
	/// parameter. If the resultant `maybe_cursor` is `None`, then the operation is complete and no
	/// items remain in storage provided that no items were added between the first calls and the
	/// final call.
	fn clear_prefix<KArg1>(
		k1: KArg1,
		limit: u32,
		maybe_cursor: Option<&[u8]>,
	) -> sp_io::MultiRemovalResults
	where
		KArg1: ?Sized + EncodeLike<K1>;

	/// Does any value under the first key `k1` (explicitly) exist in storage?
	/// Might have unexpected behaviour with empty keys, e.g. `[]`.
	fn contains_prefix<KArg1>(k1: KArg1) -> bool
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>;

	/// Iterate over values that share the first key.
	fn iter_prefix_values<KArg1>(k1: KArg1) -> PrefixIterator<V>
	where
		KArg1: ?Sized + EncodeLike<K1>;

	/// Mutate the value under the given keys.
	fn mutate<KArg1, KArg2, R, F>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, f: F) -> R
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> R;

	/// Mutate the value under the given keys when the closure returns `Ok`.
	fn try_mutate<KArg1, KArg2, R, E, F>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, f: F) -> Result<R, E>
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Mutate the value under the given keys. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	fn mutate_exists<KArg1, KArg2, R, F>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, f: F) -> R
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> R;

	/// Mutate the item, only if an `Ok` value is returned. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	/// `f` will always be called with an option representing if the storage item exists (`Some<V>`)
	/// or if the storage item does not exist (`None`), independent of the `QueryType`.
	fn try_mutate_exists<KArg1, KArg2, R, E, F>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, f: F) -> Result<R, E>
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Append the given item to the value in the storage.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement [`StorageAppend`].
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// If the storage item is not encoded properly, the storage will be overwritten
	/// and set to `[item]`. Any default value set for the storage item will be ignored
	/// on overwrite.
	fn append<Item, EncodeLikeItem, KArg1, KArg2>(k1: KArg1, k2: KArg2, item: EncodeLikeItem)
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		Item: Encode,
		EncodeLikeItem: EncodeLike<Item>,
		V: StorageAppend<Item>;

	/// Read the length of the storage value without decoding the entire value under the
	/// given `key1` and `key2`.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement [`StorageDecodeLength`].
	///
	/// If the value does not exists or it fails to decode the length, `None` is returned.
	/// Otherwise `Some(len)` is returned.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// `None` does not mean that `get()` does not return a value. The default value is completly
	/// ignored by this function.
	fn decode_len<KArg1, KArg2>(key1: KArg1, key2: KArg2) -> Option<usize>
	where
		KArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
		V: StorageDecodeLength,
	{
		V::decode_len(&Self::hashed_key_for(key1, key2))
	}

	/// Migrate an item with the given `key1` and `key2` from defunct `OldHasher1` and
	/// `OldHasher2` to the current hashers.
	///
	/// If the key doesn't exist, then it's a no-op. If it does, then it returns its value.
	fn migrate_keys<
		OldHasher1: StorageHasher,
		OldHasher2: StorageHasher,
		KeyArg1: EncodeLike<K1>,
		KeyArg2: EncodeLike<K2>,
	>(
		key1: KeyArg1,
		key2: KeyArg2,
	) -> Option<V>;
}

/// An implementation of a map with an arbitrary number of keys.
///
/// Details of implementation can be found at [`generator::StorageNMap`].
pub trait StorageNMap<K: KeyGenerator, V: FullCodec> {
	/// The type that get/take returns.
	type Query;

	/// Get the storage key used to fetch a value corresponding to a specific key.
	fn hashed_key_for<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> Vec<u8>;

	/// Does the value (explicitly) exist in storage?
	fn contains_key<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> bool;

	/// Load the value associated with the given key from the map.
	fn get<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> Self::Query;

	/// Try to get the value for the given key from the map.
	///
	/// Returns `Ok` if it exists, `Err` if not.
	fn try_get<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> Result<V, ()>;

	/// Store or remove the value to be associated with `key` so that `get` returns the `query`.
	fn set<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg, query: Self::Query);

	/// Swap the values of two keys.
	fn swap<KOther, KArg1, KArg2>(key1: KArg1, key2: KArg2)
	where
		KOther: KeyGenerator,
		KArg1: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		KArg2: EncodeLikeTuple<KOther::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter;

	/// Store a value to be associated with the given key from the map.
	fn insert<KArg, VArg>(key: KArg, val: VArg)
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		VArg: EncodeLike<V>;

	/// Remove the value under a key.
	fn remove<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg);

	/// Remove all values starting with `partial_key` in the overlay and up to `limit` in the
	/// backend.
	///
	/// All values in the client overlay will be deleted, if there is some `limit` then up to
	/// `limit` values are deleted from the client backend, if `limit` is none then all values in
	/// the client backend are deleted.
	///
	/// # Note
	///
	/// Calling this multiple times per block with a `limit` set leads always to the same keys being
	/// removed and the same result being returned. This happens because the keys to delete in the
	/// overlay are not taken into account when deleting keys in the backend.
	#[deprecated = "Use `clear_prefix` instead"]
	fn remove_prefix<KP>(partial_key: KP, limit: Option<u32>) -> sp_io::KillStorageResult
	where
		K: HasKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Attempt to remove items from the map matching a `partial_key` prefix.
	///
	/// Returns [`MultiRemovalResults`](sp_io::MultiRemovalResults) to inform about the result. Once
	/// the resultant `maybe_cursor` field is `None`, then no further items remain to be deleted.
	///
	/// NOTE: After the initial call for any given map, it is important that no further items
	/// are inserted into the map which match the `partial key`. If so, then the map may not be
	/// empty when the resultant `maybe_cursor` is `None`.
	///
	/// # Limit
	///
	/// A `limit` must be provided in order to cap the maximum
	/// amount of deletions done in a single call. This is one fewer than the
	/// maximum number of backend iterations which may be done by this operation and as such
	/// represents the maximum number of backend deletions which may happen. A `limit` of zero
	/// implies that no keys will be deleted, though there may be a single iteration done.
	///
	/// # Cursor
	///
	/// A *cursor* may be passed in to this operation with `maybe_cursor`. `None` should only be
	/// passed once (in the initial call) for any given storage map and `partial_key`. Subsequent
	/// calls operating on the same map/`partial_key` should always pass `Some`, and this should be
	/// equal to the previous call result's `maybe_cursor` field.
	fn clear_prefix<KP>(
		partial_key: KP,
		limit: u32,
		maybe_cursor: Option<&[u8]>,
	) -> sp_io::MultiRemovalResults
	where
		K: HasKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Does any value under a `partial_key` prefix (explicitly) exist in storage?
	/// Might have unexpected behaviour with empty keys, e.g. `[]`.
	fn contains_prefix<KP>(partial_key: KP) -> bool
	where
		K: HasKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Iterate over values that share the partial prefix key.
	fn iter_prefix_values<KP>(partial_key: KP) -> PrefixIterator<V>
	where
		K: HasKeyPrefix<KP>;

	/// Mutate the value under a key.
	fn mutate<KArg, R, F>(key: KArg, f: F) -> R
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> R;

	/// Mutate the item, only if an `Ok` value is returned.
	fn try_mutate<KArg, R, E, F>(key: KArg, f: F) -> Result<R, E>
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Self::Query) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Mutate the value under a key.
	///
	/// Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	fn mutate_exists<KArg, R, F>(key: KArg, f: F) -> R
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> R;

	/// Mutate the item, only if an `Ok` value is returned. Deletes the item if mutated to a `None`.
	/// `f` will always be called with an option representing if the storage item exists (`Some<V>`)
	/// or if the storage item does not exist (`None`), independent of the `QueryType`.
	fn try_mutate_exists<KArg, R, E, F>(key: KArg, f: F) -> Result<R, E>
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		F: FnOnce(&mut Option<V>) -> Result<R, E>;

	/// Take the value under a key.
	fn take<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> Self::Query;

	/// Append the given items to the value in the storage.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement `codec::EncodeAppend`.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// If the storage item is not encoded properly, the storage will be overwritten
	/// and set to `[item]`. Any default value set for the storage item will be ignored
	/// on overwrite.
	fn append<Item, EncodeLikeItem, KArg>(key: KArg, item: EncodeLikeItem)
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter,
		Item: Encode,
		EncodeLikeItem: EncodeLike<Item>,
		V: StorageAppend<Item>;

	/// Read the length of the storage value without decoding the entire value under the
	/// given `key`.
	///
	/// `V` is required to implement [`StorageDecodeLength`].
	///
	/// If the value does not exists or it fails to decode the length, `None` is returned.
	/// Otherwise `Some(len)` is returned.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// `None` does not mean that `get()` does not return a value. The default value is completly
	/// ignored by this function.
	fn decode_len<KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter>(key: KArg) -> Option<usize>
	where
		V: StorageDecodeLength,
	{
		V::decode_len(&Self::hashed_key_for(key))
	}

	/// Migrate an item with the given `key` from defunct `hash_fns` to the current hashers.
	///
	/// If the key doesn't exist, then it's a no-op. If it does, then it returns its value.
	fn migrate_keys<KArg>(key: KArg, hash_fns: K::HArg) -> Option<V>
	where
		KArg: EncodeLikeTuple<K::KArg> + TupleToEncodedIter;
}

/// Iterate or drain over a prefix and decode raw_key and raw_value into `T`.
///
/// If any decoding fails it skips it and continues to the next key.
///
/// If draining, then the hook `OnRemoval::on_removal` is called after each removal.
pub struct PrefixIterator<T, OnRemoval = ()> {
	prefix: Vec<u8>,
	previous_key: Vec<u8>,
	/// If true then value are removed while iterating
	drain: bool,
	/// Function that take `(raw_key_without_prefix, raw_value)` and decode `T`.
	/// `raw_key_without_prefix` is the raw storage key without the prefix iterated on.
	closure: fn(&[u8], &[u8]) -> Result<T, codec::Error>,
	phantom: core::marker::PhantomData<OnRemoval>,
}

impl<T, OnRemoval1> PrefixIterator<T, OnRemoval1> {
	/// Converts to the same iterator but with the different 'OnRemoval' type
	pub fn convert_on_removal<OnRemoval2>(self) -> PrefixIterator<T, OnRemoval2> {
		PrefixIterator::<T, OnRemoval2> {
			prefix: self.prefix,
			previous_key: self.previous_key,
			drain: self.drain,
			closure: self.closure,
			phantom: Default::default(),
		}
	}
}

/// Trait for specialising on removal logic of [`PrefixIterator`].
pub trait PrefixIteratorOnRemoval {
	/// This function is called whenever a key/value is removed.
	fn on_removal(key: &[u8], value: &[u8]);
}

/// No-op implementation.
impl PrefixIteratorOnRemoval for () {
	fn on_removal(_key: &[u8], _value: &[u8]) {}
}

impl<T, OnRemoval> PrefixIterator<T, OnRemoval> {
	/// Creates a new `PrefixIterator`, iterating after `previous_key` and filtering out keys that
	/// are not prefixed with `prefix`.
	///
	/// A `decode_fn` function must also be supplied, and it takes in two `&[u8]` parameters,
	/// returning a `Result` containing the decoded type `T` if successful, and a `codec::Error` on
	/// failure. The first `&[u8]` argument represents the raw, undecoded key without the prefix of
	/// the current item, while the second `&[u8]` argument denotes the corresponding raw,
	/// undecoded value.
	pub fn new(
		prefix: Vec<u8>,
		previous_key: Vec<u8>,
		decode_fn: fn(&[u8], &[u8]) -> Result<T, codec::Error>,
	) -> Self {
		PrefixIterator {
			prefix,
			previous_key,
			drain: false,
			closure: decode_fn,
			phantom: Default::default(),
		}
	}

	/// Get the last key that has been iterated upon and return it.
	pub fn last_raw_key(&self) -> &[u8] {
		&self.previous_key
	}

	/// Get the prefix that is being iterated upon for this iterator and return it.
	pub fn prefix(&self) -> &[u8] {
		&self.prefix
	}

	/// Set the key that the iterator should start iterating after.
	pub fn set_last_raw_key(&mut self, previous_key: Vec<u8>) {
		self.previous_key = previous_key;
	}

	/// Mutate this iterator into a draining iterator; items iterated are removed from storage.
	pub fn drain(mut self) -> Self {
		self.drain = true;
		self
	}
}

impl<T, OnRemoval: PrefixIteratorOnRemoval> Iterator for PrefixIterator<T, OnRemoval> {
	type Item = T;

	fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
		loop {
			let maybe_next = sp_io::storage::next_key(&self.previous_key)
				.filter(|n| n.starts_with(&self.prefix));
			break match maybe_next {
				Some(next) => {
					self.previous_key = next;
					let raw_value = match unhashed::get_raw(&self.previous_key) {
						Some(raw_value) => raw_value,
						None => {
							log::error!(
								"next_key returned a key with no value at {:?}",
								self.previous_key,
							);
							continue
						},
					};
					if self.drain {
						unhashed::kill(&self.previous_key);
						OnRemoval::on_removal(&self.previous_key, &raw_value);
					}
					let raw_key_without_prefix = &self.previous_key[self.prefix.len()..];
					let item = match (self.closure)(raw_key_without_prefix, &raw_value[..]) {
						Ok(item) => item,
						Err(e) => {
							log::error!(
								"(key, value) failed to decode at {:?}: {:?}",
								self.previous_key,
								e,
							);
							continue
						},
					};

					Some(item)
				},
				None => None,
			}
		}
	}
}

/// Iterate over a prefix and decode raw_key into `T`.
///
/// If any decoding fails it skips it and continues to the next key.
pub struct KeyPrefixIterator<T> {
	prefix: Vec<u8>,
	previous_key: Vec<u8>,
	/// If true then value are removed while iterating
	drain: bool,
	/// Function that take `raw_key_without_prefix` and decode `T`.
	/// `raw_key_without_prefix` is the raw storage key without the prefix iterated on.
	closure: fn(&[u8]) -> Result<T, codec::Error>,
}

impl<T> KeyPrefixIterator<T> {
	/// Creates a new `KeyPrefixIterator`, iterating after `previous_key` and filtering out keys
	/// that are not prefixed with `prefix`.
	///
	/// A `decode_fn` function must also be supplied, and it takes in a `&[u8]` parameter, returning
	/// a `Result` containing the decoded key type `T` if successful, and a `codec::Error` on
	/// failure. The `&[u8]` argument represents the raw, undecoded key without the prefix of the
	/// current item.
	pub fn new(
		prefix: Vec<u8>,
		previous_key: Vec<u8>,
		decode_fn: fn(&[u8]) -> Result<T, codec::Error>,
	) -> Self {
		KeyPrefixIterator { prefix, previous_key, drain: false, closure: decode_fn }
	}

	/// Get the last key that has been iterated upon and return it.
	pub fn last_raw_key(&self) -> &[u8] {
		&self.previous_key
	}

	/// Get the prefix that is being iterated upon for this iterator and return it.
	pub fn prefix(&self) -> &[u8] {
		&self.prefix
	}

	/// Set the key that the iterator should start iterating after.
	pub fn set_last_raw_key(&mut self, previous_key: Vec<u8>) {
		self.previous_key = previous_key;
	}

	/// Mutate this iterator into a draining iterator; items iterated are removed from storage.
	pub fn drain(mut self) -> Self {
		self.drain = true;
		self
	}
}

impl<T> Iterator for KeyPrefixIterator<T> {
	type Item = T;

	fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
		loop {
			let maybe_next = sp_io::storage::next_key(&self.previous_key)
				.filter(|n| n.starts_with(&self.prefix));

			if let Some(next) = maybe_next {
				self.previous_key = next;
				if self.drain {
					unhashed::kill(&self.previous_key);
				}
				let raw_key_without_prefix = &self.previous_key[self.prefix.len()..];

				match (self.closure)(raw_key_without_prefix) {
					Ok(item) => return Some(item),
					Err(e) => {
						log::error!("key failed to decode at {:?}: {:?}", self.previous_key, e);
						continue
					},
				}
			}

			return None
		}
	}
}

/// Iterate over a prefix of a child trie and decode raw_key and raw_value into `T`.
///
/// If any decoding fails it skips the key and continues to the next one.
pub struct ChildTriePrefixIterator<T> {
	/// The prefix iterated on
	prefix: Vec<u8>,
	/// child info for child trie
	child_info: ChildInfo,
	/// The last key iterated on
	previous_key: Vec<u8>,
	/// If true then values are removed while iterating
	drain: bool,
	/// Whether or not we should fetch the previous key
	fetch_previous_key: bool,
	/// Function that takes `(raw_key_without_prefix, raw_value)` and decode `T`.
	/// `raw_key_without_prefix` is the raw storage key without the prefix iterated on.
	closure: fn(&[u8], &[u8]) -> Result<T, codec::Error>,
}

impl<T> ChildTriePrefixIterator<T> {
	/// Mutate this iterator into a draining iterator; items iterated are removed from storage.
	pub fn drain(mut self) -> Self {
		self.drain = true;
		self
	}
}

impl<T: Decode + Sized> ChildTriePrefixIterator<(Vec<u8>, T)> {
	/// Construct iterator to iterate over child trie items in `child_info` with the prefix
	/// `prefix`.
	///
	/// NOTE: Iterator with [`Self::drain`] will remove any value who failed to decode
	pub fn with_prefix(child_info: &ChildInfo, prefix: &[u8]) -> Self {
		let prefix = prefix.to_vec();
		let previous_key = prefix.clone();
		let closure = |raw_key_without_prefix: &[u8], mut raw_value: &[u8]| {
			let value = T::decode(&mut raw_value)?;
			Ok((raw_key_without_prefix.to_vec(), value))
		};

		Self {
			prefix,
			child_info: child_info.clone(),
			previous_key,
			drain: false,
			fetch_previous_key: true,
			closure,
		}
	}
}

impl<K: Decode + Sized, T: Decode + Sized> ChildTriePrefixIterator<(K, T)> {
	/// Construct iterator to iterate over child trie items in `child_info` with the prefix
	/// `prefix`.
	///
	/// NOTE: Iterator with [`Self::drain`] will remove any key or value who failed to decode
	pub fn with_prefix_over_key<H: ReversibleStorageHasher>(
		child_info: &ChildInfo,
		prefix: &[u8],
	) -> Self {
		let prefix = prefix.to_vec();
		let previous_key = prefix.clone();
		let closure = |raw_key_without_prefix: &[u8], mut raw_value: &[u8]| {
			let mut key_material = H::reverse(raw_key_without_prefix);
			let key = K::decode(&mut key_material)?;
			let value = T::decode(&mut raw_value)?;
			Ok((key, value))
		};

		Self {
			prefix,
			child_info: child_info.clone(),
			previous_key,
			drain: false,
			fetch_previous_key: true,
			closure,
		}
	}
}

impl<T> Iterator for ChildTriePrefixIterator<T> {
	type Item = T;

	fn next(&mut self) -> Option<Self::Item> {
		loop {
			let maybe_next = if self.fetch_previous_key {
				self.fetch_previous_key = false;
				Some(self.previous_key.clone())
			} else {
				sp_io::default_child_storage::next_key(
					self.child_info.storage_key(),
					&self.previous_key,
				)
				.filter(|n| n.starts_with(&self.prefix))
			};
			break match maybe_next {
				Some(next) => {
					self.previous_key = next;
					let raw_value = match child::get_raw(&self.child_info, &self.previous_key) {
						Some(raw_value) => raw_value,
						None => {
							log::error!(
								"next_key returned a key with no value at {:?}",
								self.previous_key,
							);
							continue
						},
					};
					if self.drain {
						child::kill(&self.child_info, &self.previous_key)
					}
					let raw_key_without_prefix = &self.previous_key[self.prefix.len()..];
					let item = match (self.closure)(raw_key_without_prefix, &raw_value[..]) {
						Ok(item) => item,
						Err(e) => {
							log::error!(
								"(key, value) failed to decode at {:?}: {:?}",
								self.previous_key,
								e,
							);
							continue
						},
					};

					Some(item)
				},
				None => None,
			}
		}
	}
}

/// Trait for maps that store all its value after a unique prefix.
///
/// By default the final prefix is:
/// ```nocompile
/// Twox128(module_prefix) ++ Twox128(storage_prefix)
/// ```
pub trait StoragePrefixedMap<Value: FullCodec> {
	/// Module prefix. Used for generating final key.
	fn module_prefix() -> &'static [u8];

	/// Storage prefix. Used for generating final key.
	fn storage_prefix() -> &'static [u8];

	/// Final full prefix that prefixes all keys.
	fn final_prefix() -> [u8; 32] {
		crate::storage::storage_prefix(Self::module_prefix(), Self::storage_prefix())
	}

	/// Remove all values in the overlay and up to `limit` in the backend.
	///
	/// All values in the client overlay will be deleted, if there is some `limit` then up to
	/// `limit` values are deleted from the client backend, if `limit` is none then all values in
	/// the client backend are deleted.
	///
	/// # Note
	///
	/// Calling this multiple times per block with a `limit` set leads always to the same keys being
	/// removed and the same result being returned. This happens because the keys to delete in the
	/// overlay are not taken into account when deleting keys in the backend.
	#[deprecated = "Use `clear` instead"]
	fn remove_all(limit: Option<u32>) -> sp_io::KillStorageResult {
		unhashed::clear_prefix(&Self::final_prefix(), limit, None).into()
	}

	/// Attempt to remove all items from the map.
	///
	/// Returns [`MultiRemovalResults`](sp_io::MultiRemovalResults) to inform about the result. Once
	/// the resultant `maybe_cursor` field is `None`, then no further items remain to be deleted.
	///
	/// NOTE: After the initial call for any given map, it is important that no further items
	/// are inserted into the map. If so, then the map may not be empty when the resultant
	/// `maybe_cursor` is `None`.
	///
	/// # Limit
	///
	/// A `limit` must always be provided through in order to cap the maximum
	/// amount of deletions done in a single call. This is one fewer than the
	/// maximum number of backend iterations which may be done by this operation and as such
	/// represents the maximum number of backend deletions which may happen. A `limit` of zero
	/// implies that no keys will be deleted, though there may be a single iteration done.
	///
	/// # Cursor
	///
	/// A *cursor* may be passed in to this operation with `maybe_cursor`. `None` should only be
	/// passed once (in the initial call) for any given storage map. Subsequent calls
	/// operating on the same map should always pass `Some`, and this should be equal to the
	/// previous call result's `maybe_cursor` field.
	fn clear(limit: u32, maybe_cursor: Option<&[u8]>) -> sp_io::MultiRemovalResults {
		unhashed::clear_prefix(&Self::final_prefix(), Some(limit), maybe_cursor)
	}

	/// Iter over all value of the storage.
	///
	/// NOTE: If a value failed to decode because storage is corrupted then it is skipped.
	fn iter_values() -> PrefixIterator<Value> {
		let prefix = Self::final_prefix();
		PrefixIterator {
			prefix: prefix.to_vec(),
			previous_key: prefix.to_vec(),
			drain: false,
			closure: |_raw_key, mut raw_value| Value::decode(&mut raw_value),
			phantom: Default::default(),
		}
	}

	/// Translate the values of all elements by a function `f`, in the map in no particular order.
	/// By returning `None` from `f` for an element, you'll remove it from the map.
	///
	/// NOTE: If a value fail to decode because storage is corrupted then it is skipped.
	///
	/// # Warning
	///
	/// This function must be used with care, before being updated the storage still contains the
	/// old type, thus other calls (such as `get`) will fail at decoding it.
	///
	/// # Usage
	///
	/// This would typically be called inside the module implementation of on_runtime_upgrade.
	fn translate_values<OldValue: Decode, F: FnMut(OldValue) -> Option<Value>>(mut f: F) {
		let prefix = Self::final_prefix();
		let mut previous_key = prefix.clone().to_vec();
		while let Some(next) =
			sp_io::storage::next_key(&previous_key).filter(|n| n.starts_with(&prefix))
		{
			previous_key = next;
			let maybe_value = unhashed::get::<OldValue>(&previous_key);
			match maybe_value {
				Some(value) => match f(value) {
					Some(new) => unhashed::put::<Value>(&previous_key, &new),
					None => unhashed::kill(&previous_key),
				},
				None => {
					log::error!("old key failed to decode at {:?}", previous_key);
					continue
				},
			}
		}
	}
}

/// Marker trait that will be implemented for types that support the `storage::append` api.
///
/// This trait is sealed.
pub trait StorageAppend<Item: Encode>: private::Sealed {}

/// Marker trait that will be implemented for types that support to decode their length in an
/// efficient way. It is expected that the length is at the beginning of the encoded object
/// and that the length is a `Compact<u32>`.
///
/// This trait is sealed.
pub trait StorageDecodeLength: private::Sealed + codec::DecodeLength {
	/// Decode the length of the storage value at `key`.
	///
	/// This function assumes that the length is at the beginning of the encoded object
	/// and is a `Compact<u32>`.
	///
	/// Returns `None` if the storage value does not exist or the decoding failed.
	fn decode_len(key: &[u8]) -> Option<usize> {
		// `Compact<u32>` is 5 bytes in maximum.
		let mut data = [0u8; 5];
		let len = sp_io::storage::read(key, &mut data, 0)?;
		let len = data.len().min(len as usize);
		<Self as codec::DecodeLength>::len(&data[..len]).ok()
	}
}

/// Provides `Sealed` trait to prevent implementing trait `StorageAppend` & `StorageDecodeLength`
/// & `EncodeLikeTuple` outside of this crate.
mod private {
	use super::*;
	use bounded_vec::BoundedVec;
	use weak_bounded_vec::WeakBoundedVec;

	pub trait Sealed {}

	impl<T: Encode> Sealed for Vec<T> {}
	impl Sealed for Digest {}
	impl<T, S> Sealed for BoundedVec<T, S> {}
	impl<T, S> Sealed for WeakBoundedVec<T, S> {}
	impl<K, V, S> Sealed for bounded_btree_map::BoundedBTreeMap<K, V, S> {}
	impl<T, S> Sealed for bounded_btree_set::BoundedBTreeSet<T, S> {}
	impl<T: Encode> Sealed for BTreeSet<T> {}

	macro_rules! impl_sealed_for_tuple {
		($($elem:ident),+) => {
			paste::paste! {
				impl<$($elem: Encode,)+> Sealed for ($($elem,)+) {}
				impl<$($elem: Encode,)+> Sealed for &($($elem,)+) {}
			}
		};
	}

	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P, Q);
	impl_sealed_for_tuple!(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P, Q, R);
}

impl<T: Encode> StorageAppend<T> for Vec<T> {}
impl<T: Encode> StorageDecodeLength for Vec<T> {}

impl<T: Encode> StorageAppend<T> for BTreeSet<T> {}
impl<T: Encode> StorageDecodeLength for BTreeSet<T> {}

/// We abuse the fact that SCALE does not put any marker into the encoding, i.e. we only encode the
/// internal vec and we can append to this vec. We have a test that ensures that if the `Digest`
/// format ever changes, we need to remove this here.
impl StorageAppend<DigestItem> for Digest {}

/// Marker trait that is implemented for types that support the `storage::append` api with a limit
/// on the number of element.
///
/// This trait is sealed.
pub trait StorageTryAppend<Item>: StorageDecodeLength + private::Sealed {
	fn bound() -> usize;
}

/// Storage value that is capable of [`StorageTryAppend`](crate::storage::StorageTryAppend).
pub trait TryAppendValue<T: StorageTryAppend<I>, I: Encode> {
	/// Try and append the `item` into the storage item.
	///
	/// This might fail if bounds are not respected.
	fn try_append<LikeI: EncodeLike<I>>(item: LikeI) -> Result<(), ()>;
}

impl<T, I, StorageValueT> TryAppendValue<T, I> for StorageValueT
where
	I: Encode,
	T: FullCodec + StorageTryAppend<I>,
	StorageValueT: generator::StorageValue<T>,
{
	fn try_append<LikeI: EncodeLike<I>>(item: LikeI) -> Result<(), ()> {
		let bound = T::bound();
		let current = Self::decode_len().unwrap_or_default();
		if current < bound {
			// NOTE: we cannot reuse the implementation for `Vec<T>` here because we never want to
			// mark `BoundedVec<T, S>` as `StorageAppend`.
			let key = Self::storage_value_final_key();
			sp_io::storage::append(&key, item.encode());
			Ok(())
		} else {
			Err(())
		}
	}
}

/// Storage map that is capable of [`StorageTryAppend`](crate::storage::StorageTryAppend).
pub trait TryAppendMap<K: Encode, T: StorageTryAppend<I>, I: Encode> {
	/// Try and append the `item` into the storage map at the given `key`.
	///
	/// This might fail if bounds are not respected.
	fn try_append<LikeK: EncodeLike<K> + Clone, LikeI: EncodeLike<I>>(
		key: LikeK,
		item: LikeI,
	) -> Result<(), ()>;
}

impl<K, T, I, StorageMapT> TryAppendMap<K, T, I> for StorageMapT
where
	K: FullCodec,
	T: FullCodec + StorageTryAppend<I>,
	I: Encode,
	StorageMapT: generator::StorageMap<K, T>,
{
	fn try_append<LikeK: EncodeLike<K> + Clone, LikeI: EncodeLike<I>>(
		key: LikeK,
		item: LikeI,
	) -> Result<(), ()> {
		let bound = T::bound();
		let current = Self::decode_len(key.clone()).unwrap_or_default();
		if current < bound {
			let key = Self::storage_map_final_key(key);
			sp_io::storage::append(&key, item.encode());
			Ok(())
		} else {
			Err(())
		}
	}
}

/// Storage double map that is capable of [`StorageTryAppend`](crate::storage::StorageTryAppend).
pub trait TryAppendDoubleMap<K1: Encode, K2: Encode, T: StorageTryAppend<I>, I: Encode> {
	/// Try and append the `item` into the storage double map at the given `key`.
	///
	/// This might fail if bounds are not respected.
	fn try_append<
		LikeK1: EncodeLike<K1> + Clone,
		LikeK2: EncodeLike<K2> + Clone,
		LikeI: EncodeLike<I>,
	>(
		key1: LikeK1,
		key2: LikeK2,
		item: LikeI,
	) -> Result<(), ()>;
}

impl<K1, K2, T, I, StorageDoubleMapT> TryAppendDoubleMap<K1, K2, T, I> for StorageDoubleMapT
where
	K1: FullCodec,
	K2: FullCodec,
	T: FullCodec + StorageTryAppend<I>,
	I: Encode,
	StorageDoubleMapT: generator::StorageDoubleMap<K1, K2, T>,
{
	fn try_append<
		LikeK1: EncodeLike<K1> + Clone,
		LikeK2: EncodeLike<K2> + Clone,
		LikeI: EncodeLike<I>,
	>(
		key1: LikeK1,
		key2: LikeK2,
		item: LikeI,
	) -> Result<(), ()> {
		let bound = T::bound();
		let current = Self::decode_len(key1.clone(), key2.clone()).unwrap_or_default();
		if current < bound {
			let double_map_key = Self::storage_double_map_final_key(key1, key2);
			sp_io::storage::append(&double_map_key, item.encode());
			Ok(())
		} else {
			Err(())
		}
	}
}

/// Returns the storage prefix for a specific pallet name and storage name.
///
/// The storage prefix is `concat(twox_128(pallet_name), twox_128(storage_name))`.
pub fn storage_prefix(pallet_name: &[u8], storage_name: &[u8]) -> [u8; 32] {
	let pallet_hash = sp_io::hashing::twox_128(pallet_name);
	let storage_hash = sp_io::hashing::twox_128(storage_name);

	let mut final_key = [0u8; 32];
	final_key[..16].copy_from_slice(&pallet_hash);
	final_key[16..].copy_from_slice(&storage_hash);

	final_key
}

#[cfg(test)]
mod test {
	use super::*;
	use crate::{assert_ok, hash::Identity, pallet_prelude::NMapKey, Twox128};
	use bounded_vec::BoundedVec;
	use frame_support::traits::ConstU32;
	use generator::StorageValue as _;
	use sp_core::hashing::twox_128;
	use sp_io::TestExternalities;
	use weak_bounded_vec::WeakBoundedVec;

	#[test]
	fn prefixed_map_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			struct MyStorage;
			impl StoragePrefixedMap<u64> for MyStorage {
				fn module_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"MyModule"
				}

				fn storage_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"MyStorage"
				}
			}

			let key_before = {
				let mut k = MyStorage::final_prefix();
				let last = k.iter_mut().last().unwrap();
				*last = last.checked_sub(1).unwrap();
				k
			};
			let key_after = {
				let mut k = MyStorage::final_prefix();
				let last = k.iter_mut().last().unwrap();
				*last = last.checked_add(1).unwrap();
				k
			};

			unhashed::put(&key_before[..], &32u64);
			unhashed::put(&key_after[..], &33u64);

			let k = [twox_128(b"MyModule"), twox_128(b"MyStorage")].concat();
			assert_eq!(MyStorage::final_prefix().to_vec(), k);

			// test iteration
			assert!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>().is_empty());

			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![1][..]].concat(), &1u64);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![1, 1][..]].concat(), &2u64);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![8][..]].concat(), &3u64);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![10][..]].concat(), &4u64);

			assert_eq!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>(), vec![1, 2, 3, 4]);

			// test removal
			let _ = MyStorage::clear(u32::max_value(), None);
			assert!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>().is_empty());

			// test migration
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![1][..]].concat(), &1u32);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![8][..]].concat(), &2u32);

			assert!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>().is_empty());
			MyStorage::translate_values(|v: u32| Some(v as u64));
			assert_eq!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>(), vec![1, 2]);
			let _ = MyStorage::clear(u32::max_value(), None);

			// test migration 2
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![1][..]].concat(), &1u128);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![1, 1][..]].concat(), &2u64);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![8][..]].concat(), &3u128);
			unhashed::put(&[&k[..], &vec![10][..]].concat(), &4u32);

			// (contains some value that successfully decoded to u64)
			assert_eq!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>(), vec![1, 2, 3]);
			MyStorage::translate_values(|v: u128| Some(v as u64));
			assert_eq!(MyStorage::iter_values().collect::<Vec<_>>(), vec![1, 2, 3]);
			let _ = MyStorage::clear(u32::max_value(), None);

			// test that other values are not modified.
			assert_eq!(unhashed::get(&key_before[..]), Some(32u64));
			assert_eq!(unhashed::get(&key_after[..]), Some(33u64));
		});
	}

	// This test ensures that the Digest encoding does not change without being noticied.
	#[test]
	fn digest_storage_append_works_as_expected() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			struct Storage;
			impl generator::StorageValue<Digest> for Storage {
				type Query = Digest;

				fn module_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"MyModule"
				}

				fn storage_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"Storage"
				}

				fn from_optional_value_to_query(v: Option<Digest>) -> Self::Query {
					v.unwrap()
				}

				fn from_query_to_optional_value(v: Self::Query) -> Option<Digest> {
					Some(v)
				}
			}

			Storage::append(DigestItem::Other(Vec::new()));

			let value = unhashed::get_raw(&Storage::storage_value_final_key()).unwrap();

			let expected = Digest { logs: vec![DigestItem::Other(Vec::new())] };
			assert_eq!(Digest::decode(&mut &value[..]).unwrap(), expected);
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn key_prefix_iterator_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			use crate::{hash::Twox64Concat, storage::generator::StorageMap};
			struct MyStorageMap;
			impl StorageMap<u64, u64> for MyStorageMap {
				type Query = u64;
				type Hasher = Twox64Concat;

				fn module_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"MyModule"
				}

				fn storage_prefix() -> &'static [u8] {
					b"MyStorageMap"
				}

				fn from_optional_value_to_query(v: Option<u64>) -> Self::Query {
					v.unwrap_or_default()
				}

				fn from_query_to_optional_value(v: Self::Query) -> Option<u64> {
					Some(v)
				}
			}

			let k = [twox_128(b"MyModule"), twox_128(b"MyStorageMap")].concat();
			assert_eq!(MyStorageMap::prefix_hash().to_vec(), k);

			// empty to start
			assert!(MyStorageMap::iter_keys().collect::<Vec<_>>().is_empty());

			MyStorageMap::insert(1, 10);
			MyStorageMap::insert(2, 20);
			MyStorageMap::insert(3, 30);
			MyStorageMap::insert(4, 40);

			// just looking
			let mut keys = MyStorageMap::iter_keys().collect::<Vec<_>>();
			keys.sort();
			assert_eq!(keys, vec![1, 2, 3, 4]);

			// draining the keys and values
			let mut drained_keys = MyStorageMap::iter_keys().drain().collect::<Vec<_>>();
			drained_keys.sort();
			assert_eq!(drained_keys, vec![1, 2, 3, 4]);

			// empty again
			assert!(MyStorageMap::iter_keys().collect::<Vec<_>>().is_empty());
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn prefix_iterator_pagination_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			use crate::{hash::Identity, storage::generator::map::StorageMap};
			#[crate::storage_alias]
			type MyStorageMap = StorageMap<MyModule, Identity, u64, u64>;

			MyStorageMap::insert(1, 10);
			MyStorageMap::insert(2, 20);
			MyStorageMap::insert(3, 30);
			MyStorageMap::insert(4, 40);
			MyStorageMap::insert(5, 50);
			MyStorageMap::insert(6, 60);
			MyStorageMap::insert(7, 70);
			MyStorageMap::insert(8, 80);
			MyStorageMap::insert(9, 90);
			MyStorageMap::insert(10, 100);

			let op = |(_, v)| v / 10;
			let mut final_vec = vec![];
			let mut iter = MyStorageMap::iter();

			let elem = iter.next().unwrap();
			assert_eq!(elem, (1, 10));
			final_vec.push(op(elem));

			let elem = iter.next().unwrap();
			assert_eq!(elem, (2, 20));
			final_vec.push(op(elem));

			let stored_key = iter.last_raw_key().to_owned();
			assert_eq!(stored_key, MyStorageMap::storage_map_final_key(2));

			let mut iter = MyStorageMap::iter_from(stored_key.clone());

			final_vec.push(op(iter.next().unwrap()));
			final_vec.push(op(iter.next().unwrap()));
			final_vec.push(op(iter.next().unwrap()));

			assert_eq!(final_vec, vec![1, 2, 3, 4, 5]);

			let mut iter = PrefixIterator::<_>::new(
				iter.prefix().to_vec(),
				stored_key,
				|mut raw_key_without_prefix, mut raw_value| {
					let key = u64::decode(&mut raw_key_without_prefix)?;
					Ok((key, u64::decode(&mut raw_value)?))
				},
			);
			let previous_key = MyStorageMap::storage_map_final_key(5);
			iter.set_last_raw_key(previous_key);

			let remaining = iter.map(op).collect::<Vec<_>>();
			assert_eq!(remaining.len(), 5);
			assert_eq!(remaining, vec![6, 7, 8, 9, 10]);

			final_vec.extend_from_slice(&remaining);

			assert_eq!(final_vec, vec![1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]);
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn child_trie_prefixed_map_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			let child_info_a = child::ChildInfo::new_default(b"a");
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[1, 2, 3], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2, 1, 3], &8u8);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2, 2, 3], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[3], &8u16);

			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix(&child_info_a, &[2])
					.collect::<Vec<(Vec<u8>, u16)>>(),
				vec![(vec![], 8), (vec![2, 3], 8),],
			);

			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix(&child_info_a, &[2])
					.drain()
					.collect::<Vec<(Vec<u8>, u16)>>(),
				vec![(vec![], 8), (vec![2, 3], 8),],
			);

			// The only remaining is the ones outside prefix
			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix(&child_info_a, &[])
					.collect::<Vec<(Vec<u8>, u8)>>(),
				vec![(vec![1, 2, 3], 8), (vec![3], 8),],
			);

			child::put(&child_info_a, &[1, 2, 3], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2, 1, 3], &8u8);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[2, 2, 3], &8u16);
			child::put(&child_info_a, &[3], &8u16);

			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix_over_key::<Identity>(&child_info_a, &[2])
					.collect::<Vec<(u16, u16)>>(),
				vec![(u16::decode(&mut &[2, 3][..]).unwrap(), 8),],
			);

			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix_over_key::<Identity>(&child_info_a, &[2])
					.drain()
					.collect::<Vec<(u16, u16)>>(),
				vec![(u16::decode(&mut &[2, 3][..]).unwrap(), 8),],
			);

			// The only remaining is the ones outside prefix
			assert_eq!(
				ChildTriePrefixIterator::with_prefix(&child_info_a, &[])
					.collect::<Vec<(Vec<u8>, u8)>>(),
				vec![(vec![1, 2, 3], 8), (vec![3], 8),],
			);
		});
	}

	#[crate::storage_alias]
	type Foo = StorageValue<Prefix, WeakBoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>>>;
	#[crate::storage_alias]
	type FooMap = StorageMap<Prefix, Twox128, u32, BoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>>>;
	#[crate::storage_alias]
	type FooDoubleMap =
		StorageDoubleMap<Prefix, Twox128, u32, Twox128, u32, BoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>>>;
	#[crate::storage_alias]
	type FooTripleMap = StorageNMap<
		Prefix,
		(NMapKey<Twox128, u32>, NMapKey<Twox128, u32>, NMapKey<Twox128, u32>),
		u64,
	>;

	#[test]
	fn contains_prefix_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			// Test double maps
			assert!(FooDoubleMap::iter_prefix_values(1).next().is_none());
			assert_eq!(FooDoubleMap::contains_prefix(1), false);

			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 4));
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(2, 1, 4));
			assert!(FooDoubleMap::iter_prefix_values(1).next().is_some());
			assert!(FooDoubleMap::contains_prefix(1));
			FooDoubleMap::remove(1, 1);
			assert_eq!(FooDoubleMap::contains_prefix(1), false);

			// Test N Maps
			assert!(FooTripleMap::iter_prefix_values((1,)).next().is_none());
			assert_eq!(FooTripleMap::contains_prefix((1,)), false);

			FooTripleMap::insert((1, 1, 1), 4);
			FooTripleMap::insert((2, 1, 1), 4);
			assert!(FooTripleMap::iter_prefix_values((1,)).next().is_some());
			assert!(FooTripleMap::contains_prefix((1,)));
			FooTripleMap::remove((1, 1, 1));
			assert_eq!(FooTripleMap::contains_prefix((1,)), false);
		});
	}

	#[test]
	fn try_append_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			let bounded: WeakBoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>> = vec![1, 2, 3].try_into().unwrap();
			Foo::put(bounded);
			assert_ok!(Foo::try_append(4));
			assert_ok!(Foo::try_append(5));
			assert_ok!(Foo::try_append(6));
			assert_ok!(Foo::try_append(7));
			assert_eq!(Foo::decode_len().unwrap(), 7);
			assert!(Foo::try_append(8).is_err());
		});

		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			let bounded: BoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>> = vec![1, 2, 3].try_into().unwrap();
			FooMap::insert(1, bounded);

			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(1, 4));
			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(1, 5));
			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(1, 6));
			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(1, 7));
			assert_eq!(FooMap::decode_len(1).unwrap(), 7);
			assert!(FooMap::try_append(1, 8).is_err());

			// append to a non-existing
			assert!(FooMap::get(2).is_none());
			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(2, 4));
			assert_eq!(
				FooMap::get(2).unwrap(),
				BoundedVec::<u32, ConstU32<7>>::try_from(vec![4]).unwrap(),
			);
			assert_ok!(FooMap::try_append(2, 5));
			assert_eq!(
				FooMap::get(2).unwrap(),
				BoundedVec::<u32, ConstU32<7>>::try_from(vec![4, 5]).unwrap(),
			);
		});

		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			let bounded: BoundedVec<u32, ConstU32<7>> = vec![1, 2, 3].try_into().unwrap();
			FooDoubleMap::insert(1, 1, bounded);

			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 4));
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 5));
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 6));
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 7));
			assert_eq!(FooDoubleMap::decode_len(1, 1).unwrap(), 7);
			assert!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(1, 1, 8).is_err());

			// append to a non-existing
			assert!(FooDoubleMap::get(2, 1).is_none());
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(2, 1, 4));
			assert_eq!(
				FooDoubleMap::get(2, 1).unwrap(),
				BoundedVec::<u32, ConstU32<7>>::try_from(vec![4]).unwrap(),
			);
			assert_ok!(FooDoubleMap::try_append(2, 1, 5));
			assert_eq!(
				FooDoubleMap::get(2, 1).unwrap(),
				BoundedVec::<u32, ConstU32<7>>::try_from(vec![4, 5]).unwrap(),
			);
		});
	}

	#[crate::storage_alias]
	type FooSet = StorageValue<Prefix, BTreeSet<u32>>;

	#[test]
	fn btree_set_append_and_decode_len_works() {
		TestExternalities::default().execute_with(|| {
			let btree = BTreeSet::from([1, 2, 3]);
			FooSet::put(btree);

			FooSet::append(4);
			FooSet::append(5);
			FooSet::append(6);
			FooSet::append(7);

			assert_eq!(FooSet::decode_len().unwrap(), 7);
		});
	}
}