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The type `Genarray.t`

is the type of Bigarrays with variable numbers of dimensions. Any number of dimensions between 0 and 16 is supported.

The three type parameters to `Genarray.t`

identify the array element kind and layout, as follows:

- the first parameter,
`'a`

, is the OCaml type for accessing array elements (`float`

,`int`

,`int32`

,`int64`

,`nativeint`

); - the second parameter,
`'b`

, is the actual kind of array elements (`float32_elt`

,`float64_elt`

,`int8_signed_elt`

,`int8_unsigned_elt`

, etc); - the third parameter,
`'c`

, identifies the array layout (`c_layout`

or`fortran_layout`

).

For instance, `(float, float32_elt, fortran_layout) Genarray.t`

is the type of generic Bigarrays containing 32-bit floats in Fortran layout; reads and writes in this array use the OCaml type `float`

.

`Genarray.create kind layout dimensions`

returns a new Bigarray whose element kind is determined by the parameter `kind`

(one of `float32`

, `float64`

, `int8_signed`

, etc) and whose layout is determined by the parameter `layout`

(one of `c_layout`

or `fortran_layout`

). The `dimensions`

parameter is an array of integers that indicate the size of the Bigarray in each dimension. The length of `dimensions`

determines the number of dimensions of the Bigarray.

For instance, `Genarray.create int32 c_layout [|4;6;8|]`

returns a fresh Bigarray of 32-bit integers, in C layout, having three dimensions, the three dimensions being 4, 6 and 8 respectively.

Bigarrays returned by `Genarray.create`

are not initialized: the initial values of array elements is unspecified.

`Genarray.create`

raises `Invalid_argument`

if the number of dimensions is not in the range 0 to 16 inclusive, or if one of the dimensions is negative.

`Genarray.init kind layout dimensions f`

returns a new Bigarray `b`

whose element kind is determined by the parameter `kind`

(one of `float32`

, `float64`

, `int8_signed`

, etc) and whose layout is determined by the parameter `layout`

(one of `c_layout`

or `fortran_layout`

). The `dimensions`

parameter is an array of integers that indicate the size of the Bigarray in each dimension. The length of `dimensions`

determines the number of dimensions of the Bigarray.

Each element `Genarray.get b i`

is initialized to the result of `f i`

. In other words, `Genarray.init kind layout dimensions f`

tabulates the results of `f`

applied to the indices of a new Bigarray whose layout is described by `kind`

, `layout`

and `dimensions`

. The index array `i`

may be shared and mutated between calls to f.

For instance, ```
Genarray.init int c_layout [|2; 1; 3|]
(Array.fold_left (+) 0)
```

returns a fresh Bigarray of integers, in C layout, having three dimensions (2, 1, 3, respectively), with the element values 0, 1, 2, 1, 2, 3.

`Genarray.init`

raises `Invalid_argument`

if the number of dimensions is not in the range 0 to 16 inclusive, or if one of the dimensions is negative.

`val num_dims : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int`

Return the number of dimensions of the given Bigarray.

`val dims : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int array`

`Genarray.dims a`

returns all dimensions of the Bigarray `a`

, as an array of integers of length `Genarray.num_dims a`

.

`val nth_dim : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int -> int`

`Genarray.nth_dim a n`

returns the `n`

-th dimension of the Bigarray `a`

. The first dimension corresponds to `n = 0`

; the second dimension corresponds to `n = 1`

; the last dimension, to `n = Genarray.num_dims a - 1`

.

`Genarray.change_layout a layout`

returns a Bigarray with the specified `layout`

, sharing the data with `a`

(and hence having the same dimensions as `a`

). No copying of elements is involved: the new array and the original array share the same storage space. The dimensions are reversed, such that `get v [| a; b |]`

in C layout becomes `get v [| b+1; a+1 |]`

in Fortran layout.

`val size_in_bytes : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int`

`size_in_bytes a`

is the number of elements in `a`

multiplied by `a`

's `kind_size_in_bytes`

.

`val get : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int array -> 'a`

Read an element of a generic Bigarray. `Genarray.get a [|i1; ...; iN|]`

returns the element of `a`

whose coordinates are `i1`

in the first dimension, `i2`

in the second dimension, ..., `iN`

in the `N`

-th dimension.

If `a`

has C layout, the coordinates must be greater or equal than 0 and strictly less than the corresponding dimensions of `a`

. If `a`

has Fortran layout, the coordinates must be greater or equal than 1 and less or equal than the corresponding dimensions of `a`

.

If `N > 3`

, alternate syntax is provided: you can write `a.{i1, i2, ..., iN}`

instead of `Genarray.get a [|i1; ...; iN|]`

. (The syntax `a.{...}`

with one, two or three coordinates is reserved for accessing one-, two- and three-dimensional arrays as described below.)

`val set : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> int array -> 'a -> unit`

Assign an element of a generic Bigarray. `Genarray.set a [|i1; ...; iN|] v`

stores the value `v`

in the element of `a`

whose coordinates are `i1`

in the first dimension, `i2`

in the second dimension, ..., `iN`

in the `N`

-th dimension.

The array `a`

must have exactly `N`

dimensions, and all coordinates must lie inside the array bounds, as described for `Genarray.get`

; otherwise, `Invalid_argument`

is raised.

If `N > 3`

, alternate syntax is provided: you can write `a.{i1, i2, ..., iN} <- v`

instead of `Genarray.set a [|i1; ...; iN|] v`

. (The syntax `a.{...} <- v`

with one, two or three coordinates is reserved for updating one-, two- and three-dimensional arrays as described below.)

Extract a sub-array of the given Bigarray by restricting the first (left-most) dimension. `Genarray.sub_left a ofs len`

returns a Bigarray with the same number of dimensions as `a`

, and the same dimensions as `a`

, except the first dimension, which corresponds to the interval `[ofs ... ofs + len - 1]`

of the first dimension of `a`

. No copying of elements is involved: the sub-array and the original array share the same storage space. In other terms, the element at coordinates `[|i1; ...; iN|]`

of the sub-array is identical to the element at coordinates `[|i1+ofs; ...; iN|]`

of the original array `a`

.

`Genarray.sub_left`

applies only to Bigarrays in C layout.

```
val sub_right :
( 'a, 'b, fortran_layout ) t ->
int ->
int ->
( 'a, 'b, fortran_layout ) t
```

Extract a sub-array of the given Bigarray by restricting the last (right-most) dimension. `Genarray.sub_right a ofs len`

returns a Bigarray with the same number of dimensions as `a`

, and the same dimensions as `a`

, except the last dimension, which corresponds to the interval `[ofs ... ofs + len - 1]`

of the last dimension of `a`

. No copying of elements is involved: the sub-array and the original array share the same storage space. In other terms, the element at coordinates `[|i1; ...; iN|]`

of the sub-array is identical to the element at coordinates `[|i1; ...; iN+ofs|]`

of the original array `a`

.

`Genarray.sub_right`

applies only to Bigarrays in Fortran layout.

Extract a sub-array of lower dimension from the given Bigarray by fixing one or several of the first (left-most) coordinates. `Genarray.slice_left a [|i1; ... ; iM|]`

returns the 'slice' of `a`

obtained by setting the first `M`

coordinates to `i1`

, ..., `iM`

. If `a`

has `N`

dimensions, the slice has dimension `N - M`

, and the element at coordinates `[|j1; ...; j(N-M)|]`

in the slice is identical to the element at coordinates `[|i1; ...; iM; j1; ...; j(N-M)|]`

in the original array `a`

. No copying of elements is involved: the slice and the original array share the same storage space.

`Genarray.slice_left`

applies only to Bigarrays in C layout.

```
val slice_right :
( 'a, 'b, fortran_layout ) t ->
int array ->
( 'a, 'b, fortran_layout ) t
```

Extract a sub-array of lower dimension from the given Bigarray by fixing one or several of the last (right-most) coordinates. `Genarray.slice_right a [|i1; ... ; iM|]`

returns the 'slice' of `a`

obtained by setting the last `M`

coordinates to `i1`

, ..., `iM`

. If `a`

has `N`

dimensions, the slice has dimension `N - M`

, and the element at coordinates `[|j1; ...; j(N-M)|]`

in the slice is identical to the element at coordinates `[|j1; ...; j(N-M); i1; ...; iM|]`

in the original array `a`

. No copying of elements is involved: the slice and the original array share the same storage space.

`Genarray.slice_right`

applies only to Bigarrays in Fortran layout.

Copy all elements of a Bigarray in another Bigarray. `Genarray.blit src dst`

copies all elements of `src`

into `dst`

. Both arrays `src`

and `dst`

must have the same number of dimensions and equal dimensions. Copying a sub-array of `src`

to a sub-array of `dst`

can be achieved by applying `Genarray.blit`

to sub-array or slices of `src`

and `dst`

.

`val fill : ( 'a, 'b, 'c ) t -> 'a -> unit`

Set all elements of a Bigarray to a given value. `Genarray.fill a v`

stores the value `v`

in all elements of the Bigarray `a`

. Setting only some elements of `a`

to `v`

can be achieved by applying `Genarray.fill`

to a sub-array or a slice of `a`

.