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Re: Using Mathlink to export arrays


a) using char, short, int is not your problem
b) when you pass the data not with Manual to your 
   your C-program store it twice. To avoid thiy 
you must
   pass the data as Manual get the list in the 
   copy it to your data and dispose the data in 
the link.
c) since Mathematica hold the data always ans int 
you should
   only pass int to the C-program and check in 
your C-code
   what data type fits for the range of the input 
d) for doubles you can setup a second pattern


"Amy" <amy.squillacote at> schrieb im 
Newsbeitrag news:e6b4ve$cn5$1 at
| Hi,
| I am using Mathlink to move arrays with depth=3 
from Mathematica
| (version 5.2) into a C++ program I am 
developing. I want to represent
| the data in my program as fully as possible 
(i.e., avoid casting to
| another data type), but I also don't want to use 
more memory than is
| necessary to store the data. My program handles 
arrays of any type of
| integer data (short integer, integer, and long 
integer) as well
| floating-point data (stored as float, not 
double, in C++). I am trying
| to figure out how to determine from Mathematica 
what type (and which
| MLGet***Array method) I should use based on the 
data array coming from
| Mathematica.
| I first tried the following.
| if (MLGetShortIntegerArray(...))
|  {
|  // do something
|  }
| else if (MLGetIntegerArray(...))
|  {
|  // do something else
|  }
| else if (MLGetLongIntegerArray(...))
|  {
|  // do something else
|  }
| else if (MLGetFloatArray(...))
|  {
|  // do something else
|  }
| else
|  {
|  // fail
|  }
| I thought if I passed in floating-point data 
that the
| MLGet***IntegerArray methods would return 0 (for 
failure), but they did
| not. Instead the MLGetShortIntegerArray method 
was used, and the
| floating-point data in the array was cast to a 
short integer type.
| I then tried to change my .tm file so the 
Pattern only accepted integer
| arrays (intending to create a separate function 
for handling
| floating-point arrays), but I could not get that 
to work either;
| neither my integer or floating point arrays were 
accepted. The relevant
| excerpt from my .tm file follows.
| :Begin:
| :Function: MyFunction
| :Pattern: MyFunction[x_?ArrayQ[#, IntegerQ]]
| :Arguments: {x}
| :ArgumentTypes: {Manual}
| :ReturnType: Integer
| :End:
| Any insights?
| - Amy

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