Re: [eigen] Let's get reshape in shape for 3.4
to Matrix, Array, SparseMatrix, etc.:
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• Subject: Re: [eigen] Let&#39;s get reshape in shape for 3.4<br> to Matrix, Array, SparseMatrix, etc.:<br> RowMajor could still be instance of an integral_constant-like type with op= in generic code)<br> which<br> could mean:<br>
• From: Gael Guennebaud [mailto:<a href=3D"mailto:gael.guennebaud@xxxxxxxxx" =
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• Ailto: marton78@xxxxxxxxx" target=3D"_blank">marton78@xxxxxxxxx</a>&gt; wrot=
• Ank">https: //bitbucket.org/eigen/ei<wbr>gen/src/default/unsupported/Ei<wbr>=
• Densebase: :reshaped(RowsType rows,ColType cols,Order =3D Order());<br>
• E: =C2=A0 Bjarne Stroustrup, Andrei Alexandrescu, Herb Sutter, Scott Meyers,= Chandler Carruth, Sean Parent, Michael Wong, and Stephan T. Lavavej.<br> calculations happen.<br> used by Eigen<br> program that was searching for something from right to left inside a recta= 2=C2=A0 =3D 5 * k. This is not the case with unsigned integers. I believe =
• E: <br> advocating signed integers, today&#39;s reality is different. Some librari= indices. Therefore, mixing signed and unsigned types is sadly unavoidable = -pedantic -Werror).<br> for signed integers.<br>
• E: <br>
• Ivision: it is faster with unsigned integers. But I never had this bottlene= 32-bit systems with char arrays of more than 2 million elements. Have you = just at std::ptrdiff_t, so if the vector has more than 2 million elements,= you just get undefined behavior. So std::vector can=E2=80=99t even use tha= C++ shops such as Google have entirely turned away from unsigned indexing:= rel=3D"noreferrer" target=3D"_blank">https://google.github.io/style<wbr>gu= the sets of constraints.<br>
• Sent: 13 January 2017 12:26<br>

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