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On Monday 10 November 2008 00:45:12 Timothy Hunter wrote:
> Hello list,
> I want to convert a Eigen::MatrixXi to a double * (already allocated
> and of the right size).
> A way to do it is to iterate:
> for(int i=0;i<mat.rows();++i)
> for(int j=0;j<mat.cols();++j)
> double_ptr[i*mat.cols()+j] = static_cast<double>(mat(i,j));
> However I would like to use MatrixXd::Map in this occasion.
Then all you need to do is:
MatrixXf::Map(double_ptr, mat.rows(), mat.cols())
Note that the Matrix::Map static method has been added in SVN very recently,
beta1 is not enough. (The old way of constructing a Map<MatrixXf> explicitly
is less practical here, cf. the thread on this list with Cristovao).
> More generally, it is not currently possible to do casting operations
> like Vector3i = Vector3d and I want to add it on the wishlist if you
> know of an elegant way to do it.
It is already possible, you can do:
Vector3i vi = vd.cast<int>();