From: Neal Becker (ndbecker2_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-13 11:53:28
I just posted something on ublas, but I think it may be of more general
I have been using boost::range heavily, and find it useful for generic
interfaces. I think it is also useful to have a multi-dimensional
extension to range. In particular, a 2-d extension would help in creating
algorithms that can accept a variety of 2-d structures.
For example, range has size, begin, end.
range2d would have size1, size2, begin1, begin2.
Other useful members might include row, col.
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