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// The template and inlines for the -*- C++ -*- slice_array class.
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// Written by Gabriel Dos Reis <Gabriel.Dos-Reis@DPTMaths.ENS-Cachan.Fr>
/** @file slice_array.h
* This is an internal header file, included by other library headers.
* You should not attempt to use it directly.
#ifndef _SLICE_ARRAY_H
#define _SLICE_ARRAY_H 1
#pragma GCC system_header
namespace std
* @brief Class defining one-dimensional subset of an array.
* The slice class represents a one-dimensional subset of an array,
* specified by three parameters: start offset, size, and stride. The
* start offset is the index of the first element of the array that is part
* of the subset. The size is the total number of elements in the subset.
* Stride is the distance between each successive array element to include
* in the subset.
* For example, with an array of size 10, and a slice with offset 1, size 3
* and stride 2, the subset consists of array elements 1, 3, and 5.
class slice
/// Construct an empty slice.
* @brief Construct a slice.
* @param o Offset in array of first element.
* @param d Number of elements in slice.
* @param s Stride between array elements.
slice(size_t, size_t, size_t);
/// Return array offset of first slice element.
size_t start() const;
/// Return size of slice.
size_t size() const;
/// Return array stride of slice.
size_t stride() const;
size_t _M_off; // offset
size_t _M_sz; // size
size_t _M_st; // stride unit
// The default constructor constructor is not required to initialize
// data members with any meaningful values, so we choose to do nothing.
slice::slice() {}
slice::slice(size_t __o, size_t __d, size_t __s)
: _M_off(__o), _M_sz(__d), _M_st(__s) {}
inline size_t
slice::start() const
{ return _M_off; }
inline size_t
slice::size() const
{ return _M_sz; }
inline size_t
slice::stride() const
{ return _M_st; }
* @brief Reference to one-dimensional subset of an array.
* A slice_array is a reference to the actual elements of an array
* specified by a slice. The way to get a slice_array is to call
* operator[](slice) on a valarray. The returned slice_array then permits
* carrying operations out on the referenced subset of elements in the
* original valarray. For example, operator+=(valarray) will add values
* to the subset of elements in the underlying valarray this slice_array
* refers to.
* @param Tp Element type.
template<typename _Tp>
class slice_array
typedef _Tp value_type;
// 253. valarray helper functions are almost entirely useless
/// Copy constructor. Both slices refer to the same underlying array.
slice_array(const slice_array&);
/// Assignment operator. Assigns slice elements to corresponding
/// elements of @a a.
slice_array& operator=(const slice_array&);
/// Assign slice elements to corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Multiply slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator*=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Divide slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator/=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Modulo slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator%=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Add corresponding elements of @a v to slice elements.
void operator+=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Subtract corresponding elements of @a v from slice elements.
void operator-=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Logical xor slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator^=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Logical and slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator&=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Logical or slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator|=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Left shift slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator<<=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Right shift slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
void operator>>=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
/// Assign all slice elements to @a t.
void operator=(const _Tp &) const;
// ~slice_array ();
template<class _Dom>
void operator=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator*=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator/=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator%=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator+=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator-=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator^=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator&=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator|=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator<<=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
template<class _Dom>
void operator>>=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>&) const;
friend class valarray<_Tp>;
slice_array(_Array<_Tp>, const slice&);
const size_t _M_sz;
const size_t _M_stride;
const _Array<_Tp> _M_array;
// not implemented
template<typename _Tp>
slice_array<_Tp>::slice_array(_Array<_Tp> __a, const slice& __s)
: _M_sz(__s.size()), _M_stride(__s.stride()),
_M_array(__a.begin() + __s.start()) {}
template<typename _Tp>
slice_array<_Tp>::slice_array(const slice_array<_Tp>& a)
: _M_sz(a._M_sz), _M_stride(a._M_stride), _M_array(a._M_array) {}
// template<typename _Tp>
// inline slice_array<_Tp>::~slice_array () {}
template<typename _Tp>
inline slice_array<_Tp>&
slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const slice_array<_Tp>& __a)
std::__valarray_copy(__a._M_array, __a._M_sz, __a._M_stride,
_M_array, _M_stride);
return *this;
template<typename _Tp>
inline void
slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const _Tp& __t) const
{ std::__valarray_fill(_M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride, __t); }
template<typename _Tp>
inline void
slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const valarray<_Tp>& __v) const
{ std::__valarray_copy(_Array<_Tp>(__v), _M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride); }
template<typename _Tp>
template<class _Dom>
inline void
slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>& __e) const
{ std::__valarray_copy(__e, _M_sz, _M_array, _M_stride); }
template<typename _Tp> \
inline void \
slice_array<_Tp>::operator _Op##=(const valarray<_Tp>& __v) const \
{ \
_Array_augmented_##_Name(_M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride, _Array<_Tp>(__v));\
} \
template<typename _Tp> \
template<class _Dom> \
inline void \
slice_array<_Tp>::operator _Op##=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>& __e) const\
{ \
_Array_augmented_##_Name(_M_array, _M_stride, __e, _M_sz); \
_DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(>>, __shift_right)
} // std::
#endif /* _SLICE_ARRAY_H */
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