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RE: 3D array

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: RE: 3D array
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 13:29:23 -0600

On 13-Nov-2001, (Ted Harding) <address@hidden> wrote:

| On 13-Nov-01 Laurent Jacques wrote:
| > Hello,
| > 
| > Do you plan to program 3D (and even ND) arrays into Octave ?
| > If yes, do you think it is hard to realize ?
| > 
| > For me, this is the main thing which prevents me to work only with
| > octave for 
| > my scientific tasks.
| > 
| > Laurent.
| As far as I know, John Eaton (nor other people who contribute
| octave code) does not plan to extend octave to 3D arrays or
| higher.

Actually, there is some code in the development sources (in the files
liboctave/ArrayN.{h,cc}, liboctave/ArrayN-idx.h, and
src/ov-re-nd-array.{h,cc}) that are a start, but they need to be
finished, and then lots of other code will need to be changed to make
use of the new N-d array data type(s).

Volunteers are welcome.  Nicely written working code preferred.
Corresponding documentation earns extra credit!  :-) 


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