[Numpy-discussion] C or C++ package like NumPy?
Thu Nov 1 19:29:58 CDT 2007
Ah, ok. Thanks. That does look like a good example.
I've heard of it, but never looked too closely for some reason. I
guess I always thought of it as the library that pioneered expression
templates but that no one actually uses.
On Nov 2, 2007 9:06 AM, Warren Focke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Nov 2007, Bill Baxter wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a C or C++ library that's similar to NumPy?
> > Seems like all the big C++ efforts are focused on linear algebra
> > rather than general purpose multidimensional arrays.
> > I've written a multidimensional array class in the D programming
> > language with an API modeled loosely after NumPy's. It works ok but
> > there are a lot of differences between a statically typed language
> > like C++ or D and a dynamic one like Python. So I was looking around
> > for API inspiration from other C/C++ libraries. But the projects I
> > know about are all focused on linear algebra (like ublas and MTL) and
> > don't support general N-dimensional arrays.
> > Thanks for your comments.
> > --bb
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