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00001 // The template and inlines for the -*- C++ -*- slice_array class.
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00026 /** @file slice_array.h
00027  *  This is an internal header file, included by other library headers.
00028  *  You should not attempt to use it directly.
00029  */
00030 
00031 // Written by Gabriel Dos Reis <Gabriel.Dos-Reis@DPTMaths.ENS-Cachan.Fr>
00032 
00033 #ifndef _SLICE_ARRAY_H
00034 #define _SLICE_ARRAY_H 1
00035 
00036 #pragma GCC system_header
00037 
00038 _GLIBCXX_BEGIN_NAMESPACE(std)
00039 
00040   /**
00041    * @addtogroup numeric_arrays
00042    * @{
00043    */
00044 
00045   /**
00046    *  @brief  Class defining one-dimensional subset of an array.
00047    *
00048    *  The slice class represents a one-dimensional subset of an array,
00049    *  specified by three parameters: start offset, size, and stride.  The
00050    *  start offset is the index of the first element of the array that is part
00051    *  of the subset.  The size is the total number of elements in the subset.
00052    *  Stride is the distance between each successive array element to include
00053    *  in the subset.
00054    *
00055    *  For example, with an array of size 10, and a slice with offset 1, size 3
00056    *  and stride 2, the subset consists of array elements 1, 3, and 5.
00057    */
00058   class slice
00059   {
00060   public:
00061     ///  Construct an empty slice.
00062     slice();
00063 
00064     /**
00065      *  @brief  Construct a slice.
00066      *
00067      *  @param  o  Offset in array of first element.
00068      *  @param  d  Number of elements in slice.
00069      *  @param  s  Stride between array elements.
00070      */
00071     slice(size_t, size_t, size_t);
00072 
00073     ///  Return array offset of first slice element.
00074     size_t start() const;
00075     ///  Return size of slice.
00076     size_t size() const;
00077     ///  Return array stride of slice.
00078     size_t stride() const;
00079 
00080   private:
00081     size_t _M_off;                      // offset
00082     size_t _M_sz;           // size
00083     size_t _M_st;           // stride unit
00084   };
00085 
00086   // _GLIBCXX_RESOLVE_LIB_DEFECTS
00087   // 543. valarray slice default constructor
00088   inline
00089   slice::slice() 
00090   : _M_off(0), _M_sz(0), _M_st(0) {}
00091 
00092   inline
00093   slice::slice(size_t __o, size_t __d, size_t __s)
00094   : _M_off(__o), _M_sz(__d), _M_st(__s) {}
00095 
00096   inline size_t
00097   slice::start() const
00098   { return _M_off; }
00099 
00100   inline size_t
00101   slice::size() const
00102   { return _M_sz; }
00103 
00104   inline size_t
00105   slice::stride() const
00106   { return _M_st; }
00107 
00108   /**
00109    *  @brief  Reference to one-dimensional subset of an array.
00110    *
00111    *  A slice_array is a reference to the actual elements of an array
00112    *  specified by a slice.  The way to get a slice_array is to call
00113    *  operator[](slice) on a valarray.  The returned slice_array then permits
00114    *  carrying operations out on the referenced subset of elements in the
00115    *  original valarray.  For example, operator+=(valarray) will add values
00116    *  to the subset of elements in the underlying valarray this slice_array
00117    *  refers to.
00118    *
00119    *  @param  Tp  Element type.
00120    */
00121   template<typename _Tp>
00122     class slice_array
00123     {
00124     public:
00125       typedef _Tp value_type;
00126 
00127       // _GLIBCXX_RESOLVE_LIB_DEFECTS
00128       // 253. valarray helper functions are almost entirely useless
00129 
00130       ///  Copy constructor.  Both slices refer to the same underlying array.
00131       slice_array(const slice_array&);
00132 
00133       ///  Assignment operator.  Assigns slice elements to corresponding
00134       ///  elements of @a a.
00135       slice_array& operator=(const slice_array&);
00136 
00137       ///  Assign slice elements to corresponding elements of @a v.
00138       void operator=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00139       ///  Multiply slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
00140       void operator*=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00141       ///  Divide slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
00142       void operator/=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00143       ///  Modulo slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
00144       void operator%=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00145       ///  Add corresponding elements of @a v to slice elements.
00146       void operator+=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00147       ///  Subtract corresponding elements of @a v from slice elements.
00148       void operator-=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00149       ///  Logical xor slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
00150       void operator^=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00151       ///  Logical and slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
00152       void operator&=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00153       ///  Logical or slice elements with corresponding elements of @a v.
00154       void operator|=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00155       ///  Left shift slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
00156       void operator<<=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00157       ///  Right shift slice elements by corresponding elements of @a v.
00158       void operator>>=(const valarray<_Tp>&) const;
00159       ///  Assign all slice elements to @a t.
00160       void operator=(const _Tp &) const;
00161       //        ~slice_array ();
00162 
00163       template<class _Dom>
00164         void operator=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00165       template<class _Dom>
00166     void operator*=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00167       template<class _Dom>
00168     void operator/=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00169       template<class _Dom>
00170     void operator%=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00171       template<class _Dom>
00172     void operator+=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00173       template<class _Dom>
00174     void operator-=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00175       template<class _Dom>
00176     void operator^=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00177       template<class _Dom>
00178     void operator&=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00179       template<class _Dom>
00180     void operator|=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00181       template<class _Dom>
00182     void operator<<=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00183       template<class _Dom>
00184     void operator>>=(const _Expr<_Dom, _Tp>&) const;
00185 
00186     private:
00187       friend class valarray<_Tp>;
00188       slice_array(_Array<_Tp>, const slice&);
00189 
00190       const size_t      _M_sz;
00191       const size_t      _M_stride;
00192       const _Array<_Tp> _M_array;
00193 
00194       // not implemented
00195       slice_array();
00196     };
00197 
00198   template<typename _Tp>
00199     inline
00200     slice_array<_Tp>::slice_array(_Array<_Tp> __a, const slice& __s)
00201     : _M_sz(__s.size()), _M_stride(__s.stride()),
00202       _M_array(__a.begin() + __s.start()) {}
00203 
00204   template<typename _Tp>
00205     inline
00206     slice_array<_Tp>::slice_array(const slice_array<_Tp>& a)
00207     : _M_sz(a._M_sz), _M_stride(a._M_stride), _M_array(a._M_array) {}
00208 
00209   //    template<typename _Tp>
00210   //    inline slice_array<_Tp>::~slice_array () {}
00211 
00212   template<typename _Tp>
00213     inline slice_array<_Tp>&
00214     slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const slice_array<_Tp>& __a)
00215     {
00216       std::__valarray_copy(__a._M_array, __a._M_sz, __a._M_stride,
00217                _M_array, _M_stride);
00218       return *this;
00219     }
00220 
00221   template<typename _Tp>
00222     inline void
00223     slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const _Tp& __t) const
00224     { std::__valarray_fill(_M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride, __t); }
00225 
00226   template<typename _Tp>
00227     inline void
00228     slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const valarray<_Tp>& __v) const
00229     { std::__valarray_copy(_Array<_Tp>(__v), _M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride); }
00230 
00231   template<typename _Tp>
00232   template<class _Dom>
00233     inline void
00234     slice_array<_Tp>::operator=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>& __e) const
00235     { std::__valarray_copy(__e, _M_sz, _M_array, _M_stride); }
00236 
00237 #undef _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR
00238 #define _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(_Op,_Name)                \
00239   template<typename _Tp>                        \
00240     inline void                             \
00241     slice_array<_Tp>::operator _Op##=(const valarray<_Tp>& __v) const   \
00242     {                                   \
00243       _Array_augmented_##_Name(_M_array, _M_sz, _M_stride, _Array<_Tp>(__v));\
00244     }                                   \
00245                                     \
00246   template<typename _Tp>                                                \
00247     template<class _Dom>                                \
00248       inline void                           \
00249       slice_array<_Tp>::operator _Op##=(const _Expr<_Dom,_Tp>& __e) const\
00250       {                                 \
00251       _Array_augmented_##_Name(_M_array, _M_stride, __e, _M_sz);    \
00252       }
00253 
00254 
00255 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(*, __multiplies)
00256 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(/, __divides)
00257 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(%, __modulus)
00258 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(+, __plus)
00259 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(-, __minus)
00260 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(^, __bitwise_xor)
00261 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(&, __bitwise_and)
00262 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(|, __bitwise_or)
00263 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(<<, __shift_left)
00264 _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR(>>, __shift_right)
00265 
00266 #undef _DEFINE_VALARRAY_OPERATOR
00267 
00268   // @} group numeric_arrays
00269 
00270 _GLIBCXX_END_NAMESPACE
00271 
00272 #endif /* _SLICE_ARRAY_H */

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