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From: Grégory Guyomarc'h <gregory@g...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Fortran-like array indexing / PDE numerical code with boundary cells in OCAML
Hello,

Does anyone know how to index bigarrays with negative integers as in
fortran (either through a modified version of Bigarray or some
pre-Processing macro with caml-p4)? For those who wonder, it is for a pde
numerical code, i wish i could index boundary cells naturally as u.{-1}
u.{-2}, ... and u.{n+1}, u.{n+2}, ... Or if you have any experience in
implementing such numerical code in OCaml and want to suggest better
options, i am also interested :o).

Merry XMas!!! Joyeux Noel!!!


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