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RAVL, Recognition And Vision Library
Ravl - Core - Arrays - Buffer - CompositeBufferC<class DataT>

CompositeBufferC::CompositeBufferC(UIntT,UIntT,DataT *,bool)
CompositeBufferC::Elements(void) const
CompositeBufferC::SetElement(UIntT,const AbstractC &)
BufferC::Size(void) const
BufferC::ReferenceElm(void) const
BufferC::Fill(const DataT &)
BufferC::BufferAccess(void) const
BufferC::operator SizeBufferAccessC &(void) const
RCHandleVC::Save(ostream &) const
RCHandleVC::Save(BinOStreamC &) const
RCHandleVC::operator >>(istream &,RCHandleVC &)
RCHandleVC::operator >>(BinIStreamC &,RCHandleVC &)
RCHandleC::operator =(const RCHandleC &)
RCHandleC::DeepCopy(UIntT) const
RCHandleC::operator ==(const RCHandleC &) const
RCHandleC::operator !=(const RCHandleC &) const
RCHandleC::Hash(void) const
RCHandleC::IsValid(void) const
RCHandleC::IsHandleType(const DT &) const
RCHandleC::CheckHandleType(const DT &) const
RCHandleC::References(void) const
RCHandleC::operator <<(ostream &,const RCHandleC &)
RCHandleC::operator >>(istream &,RCHandleC &)

   CompositeBufferC<class DataT>   
Composite buffer.
include "Ravl/CompositeBuffer.hh"
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In Scope:RavlN

This is usefull if the you need to access part of another buffer as a different type. Or if you the buffer your actually using is made up of several parts.

Parent Classes: Methods:
Default constructor.
Creates an invalid handle.

CompositeBufferC(UIntT elements,UIntT nsize = 0,DataT * start = 0,bool deletable = false)

UIntT Elements() const
Get the number of elements in the buffer.

void SetElement(UIntT i,const AbstractC & sb)
Set an element of the composite buffer.

#include "Ravl/Buffer.hh"
UIntT Size() const
Access size of buffer.

DataT * ReferenceElm() const
Returns the pointer to the reference element of the attached buffer.
The reference element need not to be the valid element of the buffer.

void Fill(const DataT & val)
Fill buffer with value.

const SizeBufferAccessC<DataT> & BufferAccess() const
Access buffer.

operator SizeBufferAccessC<DataT> &() const
Access as a size buffer.
I don't like this, but it gets around an irritating warning from gcc.

#include "Ravl/RCHandleV.hh"
bool Save(ostream & out) const
Save to stream 'out'.

bool Save(BinOStreamC & out) const
Save to binary stream 'out'.

RCAbstractC Abstract()
Create an abstract handle.

istream & operator >>(istream & strm,RCHandleVC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & obj)

BinIStreamC & operator >>(BinIStreamC & strm,RCHandleVC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & obj)

#include "Ravl/RefCounter.hh"
const RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & operator =(const RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & oth)
Assign handle.

RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> DeepCopy(UIntT levels = ((UIntT))) const
Do a deep copy of the object.

bool operator ==(const RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & oth) const
Are handles to the same object ?

bool operator !=(const RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & oth) const
Are handles to different objects ?

UIntT Hash() const
Default hash function.
This hashes on the address of the body.

bool IsValid() const
Test if this is a valid handle.

void Invalidate()
Invalidate this handle.
Unattaches the body from the handle.

bool IsHandleType(const DT &) const
Is handle of given type ?

void CheckHandleType(const DT & dummy) const
Check handle type. Throw an expception if not.

UIntT References() const
Find the number of references to the body of this object.

ostream & operator <<(ostream & strm,const RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & obj)

istream & operator >>(istream & strm,RCHandleC<BufferBodyC<DataT>> & obj)

Maintainer:Charles Galambos, Created: 10/04/2002, Documentation by CxxDoc: Tue Aug 13 09:59:02 2002