From: Pavel Chikulaev (pavel.chikulaev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-09 07:56:17
"Tobias Schwinger" <tschwinger_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> That's the special case where all elements are used.
> I use 'apply', 'apply_one' and 'apply_but' functions that allow me to
> apply functors to all elements, one element and all but one elements,
> respectively (I use different versions for both static and dynamic indices
> and both static and dynamic functors):
> // Create an expression inverting the first element
> // of my_vector (using Boost.Lambda)
> apply_one<0> (my_vector, - _1)
> Further the result type may not always be the same as the argument type:
> vector_slice<0,3> (my_quaternion) = direction * std::sin(a*half);
I'm not sure such library needs 'apply', 'apply_one', 'apply_but'.
User of my library will add them easily by himself if he really needs it,
in most case I don't think he is.
-- Pavel Chikulaev
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