August 25, 2011
Hello!

1) How do I create a struct that I can foreach over?

I get the impression opApply has something do to with this, but I can't find any documentation on it? (And I'm abroad without my TDPL.)


2) Also, is it possible to do something like this?

  MyData!(100,100,100) data;
  foreach(x, y, z, ref cell; data){
     cell = x*y*z;
  }

(The idea here is cells are stored in a plain 1-dimensional array behind the scenes, but iterated as a 3-dimensional array.)


Kind regards
/HF
August 25, 2011
Heywood Floyd Wrote:

> 
> Hello!
> 
> 1) How do I create a struct that I can foreach over?
> 
> I get the impression opApply has something do to with this, but I can't find any documentation on it? (And I'm abroad without my TDPL.)
> 
> 
> 2) Also, is it possible to do something like this?
> 
>   MyData!(100,100,100) data;
>   foreach(x, y, z, ref cell; data){
>      cell = x*y*z;
>   }
> 
> (The idea here is cells are stored in a plain 1-dimensional array behind the scenes, but iterated as a 3-dimensional array.)
> 
> 
> Kind regards
> /HF


Ah, I'm sorry, I found the documentation regarding opApply() now. Typical. (The site-search didn't seem to work there. Ok..)

Still, is the multi-dimensional part possible?

/HF
August 25, 2011
> Still, is the multi-dimensional part possible?

Sure, you have to make an opApply that takes several parameters in its
delegate.
An exemple:

struct TwoDArray(int nx, int ny)
{
  int[nx][ny] data;

  int opApply(int delegate(ref int i, ref int j, ref int cell)
    {
      foreach (i; 0..nx)
        foreach (j; 0..ny)
          {
            int result = dg(i, j, data[i][j]);
            if (result != 0) return result;
          }
       return 0;
    }
}


// this program prints a multiplication table:
int main()
{
  TwoDArray!(10, 10) data;

  foreach(i, j, ref cell; data)
    {
      cell = i * j;
    }

  foreach(i, j, cell; data)
    {
      writefln("%s * %s = %s", i, j, cell);
    }
  return 0;
}

August 25, 2011
Christophe Wrote:

> > Still, is the multi-dimensional part possible?
> 
> Sure, you have to make an opApply that takes several parameters in its
> delegate.
> An exemple:
> 
> struct TwoDArray(int nx, int ny)
> {
>   int[nx][ny] data;
> 
>   int opApply(int delegate(ref int i, ref int j, ref int cell)
>     {
>       foreach (i; 0..nx)
>         foreach (j; 0..ny)
>           {
>             int result = dg(i, j, data[i][j]);
>             if (result != 0) return result;
>           }
>        return 0;
>     }
> }
> 
> 
> // this program prints a multiplication table:
> int main()
> {
>   TwoDArray!(10, 10) data;
> 
>   foreach(i, j, ref cell; data)
>     {
>       cell = i * j;
>     }
> 
>   foreach(i, j, cell; data)
>     {
>       writefln("%s * %s = %s", i, j, cell);
>     }
>   return 0;
> }
> 


Ha! Beautiful, thanks!!

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