[Haskell-cafe] vector to uvector and back again
dan.doel at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 22:07:36 EST 2010
On Thursday 11 February 2010 9:57:40 pm Roman Leshchinskiy wrote:
> Oh no, it hasn't. In contrast to uvector/DPH, which use a custom strict
> tuple type for rather outdated reasons, vector uses normal tuples. For
> instance, Data.Vector.Unboxed.Vector (a,b,c) is internally represented as
> a triple of unboxed vectors of a, b and c. In general, vector supports 4
> kinds of arrays at the moment:
Ah, all right. I was looking at the (0.4.2) documentation on hackage, which
doesn't mention Data.Vector.Unboxed.
Never mind about that bit, then.
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