From: boost (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-08 17:11:33
On Saturday 09 June 2001 00:01, you wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Peter Schmitteckert (boost)" <boost_at_[hidden]>
> > SInce I have to dealt with matrices of matrices, I'd prefer
> > the first one. So I could introduce a super-iterator with
> > i.index().index(), which would be consistent with 1).
> > index( index( *i) ) wouldn't be as good to read.
> What would the meaning of either construct be?
Sorry, for being confusing, using a superindex iterator sit,
sit.index should be the index of a sub matrix
sit.index.index should be the index of an element of the submatrix
Please don't take the syntax too seriously, since it mixing iterators and
indices, its just my idea, that there could be a herachy of indices.
In my work I have objects that sometime behave as big matrices,
and sometime as matrices which have matrices as entries.
If it's not clear I'll need some time to respond again since I'm going
on a short holiday.
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