std::experimental::split (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::experimental::split: std::experimental::split

NAME

std::experimental::split - std::experimental::split

Synopsis


Defined in header <experimental/simd>
template < std::size_t... Sizes, class T, class Abi >
std::tuple<simd<T, simd_abi::deduce_t<T, Sizes>>...> (1)
split( const simd<T, Abi>& v );
template < std::size_t... Sizes, class T, class Abi >
std::tuple<simd_mask<T, simd_abi::deduce_t<T, Sizes>>...> (2)
split( const simd_mask<T, Abi>& v );
template < class V, class Abi >
std::array<V, simd_size_v<typename V::value_type, Abi> / V::size()> (3)
split( const simd<typename V::value_type, Abi>& v );
template < class V, class Abi >
std::array<V, simd_size_v<typename V::value_type, Abi> / V::size()> (4)
split( const simd_mask<typename V::value_type, Abi>& v );


Splits the input simd or simd_mask object into multiple simd or simd_mask objects.
1-2) split the input object into potentially different types (e.g. types with different sizes) of objects. These functions do not participate in overloading resolution unless Sizes... sum up to v.size().
3-4) split the input object into a array of objects. These functions do not participate in overloading resolution unless


* The array element must be of type simd or simd_mask, for the type of v as simd or simd_mask, respectively.
* simd_size_v<typename V::value_type, Abi> is an integral multiple of V::size().

Parameters


v - the input simd or simd_mask object

Return value


1-2) a tuple that contains the splitted simd or simd_mask objects.
3-4) an array that contains the splitted simd or simd_mask objects.

Example