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Re: Compile question
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*Subject*: [mg73864] Re: Compile question
*From*: Oliver Ruebenkoenig <ruebenko at uni-freiburg.de>
*Date*: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 06:33:08 -0500 (EST)
*References*: <es6d6h$rq1$1@smc.vnet.net>
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Ray,
the problem is in the empty list you return. that is not of type integer.
s4c = Compile[{{z, _Real, 1}, {a, _Real}, {b, _Integer}},
Module[
{n = Length@z, j = 0, k}, k = n;
Do[If[z[[i]] >= a, If[i <= j + b + 1, j = i, k = i - 1; Break[]]]
, {i, n}];
If[k <= j + b, List[0], List[j + 1, k] ]],
{{n, _Integer}, {j, _Integer}, {k, _Integer}, {i, _Integer} }];
s4c[z, .7, 5]
s4c[z, .7, 6]
s4c[z, .7, 7]
{3, 8}
{14, 20}
{0}
you might want to return a -1 and catch that or something the like.
hope this helps,
oliver
On Thu, 1 Mar 2007, Ray Koopman wrote:
> I've been trying different ways to "walk the list" as suggested in
> the recent thread "split again". Here is some uncompiled code that
> works as I expected, but the compiled version returns reals instead
> of integers. Does anyone know why?
>
> SeedRandom[2]; z = Table[Random[],{20}]
>
> {0.238705,0.844529,0.473928,0.421515,0.512692,
> 0.0228035,0.529257,0.0507012,0.74907,0.632356,
> 0.0725195,0.251276,0.902785,0.672727,0.419794,
> 0.512577,0.404555,0.00984124,0.168643,0.50482}
>
> s4[z_,a_,b_] := Module[{n = Length@z, j = 0, k}, k = n;
> Do[If[ z[[i]] >= a, If[ i <= j+b+1, j = i, k = i-1; Break[]]], {i,n}];
> If[ k <= j+b, {}, {j+1,k} ] ]
>
> s4[z,.7,5]
> s4[z,.7,6]
> s4[z,.7,7]
>
> {3,8}
> {14,20}
> {}
>
> s4c = Compile[{{z,_Real,1},{a,_Real},{b,_Integer}},
> Module[{n = Length@z, j = 0, k}, k = n;
> Do[If[ z[[i]] >= a, If[ i <= j+b+1, j = i, k = i-1; Break[]]], {i,n}];
> If[ k <= j+b, {}, {j+1,k} ] ],
> {{n,_Integer},{j,_Integer},{k,_Integer},{i,_Integer}} ];
>
> s4c[z,.7,5]
> s4c[z,.7,6]
> s4c[z,.7,7}
>
> {3.,8.}
> {14.,20.}
> {}
>
>
>
Oliver Ruebenkoenig, <ruebenko AT uni-freiburg.de>
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