From: Thomas Lien (tgunlien_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-08 12:18:59
> And that's what I want my multi-array access to
> generate. To not reload
> initial offsets, to do basic addition at the inner
> most level, not
> multiplication and addition for every access.
> (Without errors, as I'm sure
> the above code has!)
Isn't that what iterators are for? Most of the time,
iterators are just pointers to memory and hence, just
as fast. I haven't checked, but multi-array does have
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