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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] boost variant question
From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-09-24 06:03:21
On 09/23/11 21:49, petros wrote:
> I am new to the boost variant and have the following issue.
> I have, two numeric vector-like structures (say a contiguous and a
> strided â the actual problem has many more),
> and would like to create a variant of those two to use interchangeably
> in my code.
> Then plan is to have different constructors for different hosted
> structures and play with deriving-from/containing a variant
> These structures, being stl-like have iterators.
> Is there a mechanism to export the iterator that corresponds to the
> structure hosted in the variant and use it?
> Would I have along-side a variant of the corresponding iterators â if
> this is possible at all?
> Is there a âpreferrably elegant, nut necessarily efficient- solution to
> Thank you in advance for your help,
> Kind Regards,
Why wouldn't a boost::multi_array, a_multi_array, satisfy your
requirements? a_multi_array.data() would return the contiguous
vector-like structure, and a_multi_array itself would be the
strided vector-like structure.
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