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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Integer vs. Double values for link weights in Graph
From: Jens Buysse (jens.buysse_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-07-20 03:26:28
Hello Jeremiah !
Indeed, I defined it using int and hence double were converted! Thanks a
lot for the help!
Op 20/07/2011 2:52, Jeremiah Willcock schreef:
> On Tue, 19 Jul 2011, Jens Buysse wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I'm new to the BOOST library (and actually also to c++).
>> I have the following problem: I want to use the dijkstra algorithm
>> for computing shortest paths in a network. For this I calculate
>> weights, which in my case take the form of double < 1. But it seems
>> internally boost converts to an integer. Is there a way to use double
>> without miltilplying it with e.g. 100 to get Integers?
> The code uses whichever data type your graph and property maps use to
> store the edge lengths. Does your distance map have a value type of
> double? That is what is used to determine the type used internally
> for lengths and distances.
> -- Jeremiah Willcock
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