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Something like push_back() for valarray<T>

Is it possible to add an element to valarray<T>?
Is there something like push_back() for valarray<T>?

Alex Vinokur
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Jan 18 '08 #1
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On Fri, 18 Jan 2008 05:34:47 -0800, Alex Vinokur wrote:
Is it possible to add an element to valarray<T>? Is there something like
push_back() for valarray<T>?
I don't believe so - unlike std::vector, std::valarrays are essentially
non-resizeable (the resize() member destroys the current contents of the
array).

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Lionel B
Jan 18 '08 #2

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