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From: Bilokon, Paul (paul.bilokon_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-10 16:13:05

Hi all,

This is probably a trivial question, but after some research I was
unable to find a "best practice" answer, so my sincere apologies.

I am trying to expose a C++ function which takes an std::vector<double>
as its argument, some

void A::foo(std::vector<double> v);

And perhaps

void A::bar(std::vector<double> & v);

Whether it is a good practice to have such arguments is, of course, open
to debate (shouldn't they be iterators?), but this is what I have to
work with.

The question remains, what is the best way to expose these to python? I
cannot pass a Python list -- it's a type mismatch.

Many thanks!

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