From: Alexander Grund (alexander.grund_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-01-24 14:38:20
> dynamic_array<T, A> could be dynamic_value<T, A>
> Then you can distinguish between:
> dynamic_value<T, A> // runtime size, stores size
> dynamic_value<T[N], A> // no need to store size
This actually makes sense, IFF the multi-dimensional case is possible.
So if T and T[N] are valid, then T[N][M] should also be.
This increases the scope greatly but has an incredible difficult
questions to answer: What would operator return? I don't have a good
For names I'd certainly agree with vector and array for container types
which are resizeable or non-resizeable respectively.
While I see the reasoning in "value", as a "regular" type is implied as
opposed to a reference type, I think the name should stay array so it
can be recognized as a container.
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