From: Michael Stevens (mail_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-07 13:47:02
On Friday, 29. September 2006 15:32, Toon Knapen wrote:
> I understand that the idea of 'distance_j(1,num_rows,num_cols)' is to
> return the distance in memory between two elements at the same row in
> adjacent columns. Is that correct?
It is the oposite way round! Given a distance in storage (memory) between two
elements it returns the equivilent difference for an iterator2 index.
distance_i does the same for an iterator1.
The functions are used for computing differences for two "Indexed Random
Access Column/Row Iterator" and only work when the two iterators are
'reachable' from each other.
I don't think these functions have much use other then for the one purpose
they are used for in matrix iterator types.
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