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 class DummyTableDataContainer

1 Description

This class does not exist. It is here purely to describe what methods a custom data container, holding a table, must implement in order to be used as an argument to functions in the NAG CPP Interface. Here we define a table as a data container containing l m×n matrices (i.e., a m×n×l three-dimensional array).
An example of a class implementing these methods can be seen in examples/include/nag_my_table.hpp.
An example of a generic class for a data container that can be used to hold either a vector, matrix or table, can be seen in examples/include/nag_my_data.hpp.

2 Variables


3 Methods

void function  DummyTableDataContainer::resize(ISIZE n1, ISIZE n2, ISIZE n3)
template <OSIZE>
OSIZE  DummyTableDataContainer::size1() const
template <OSIZE>
OSIZE  DummyTableDataContainer::size2() const
template <OSIZE>
OSIZE  DummyTableDataContainer::size3() const
template <DT>
DT*  DummyTableDataContainer::data()
template <DT>
const DT*  DummyTableDataContainer::data() const