`#include <Vector.h>`

class propertyservice::mobilerobot::Vector< T, comps >

A vector can consist of elements of any primitive type, and it may have any number of components - or dimensions, whichever. The main purpose of the Vector class is to provide a convenient way of serializing and deserializing vector-type robot properties using XML.

It is possible to perform arithmetic operations on Vectors. The + and - operators are defined for Vectors and for the content type. Furthermore, the * and / operators are defined for the content type. Thus, operations like Vector<double,3> * double, Vector<double3> - Vector<double,3> are possible.

## Public Methods | |

Vector () | |

Create an empty vector with all elements initialized to zero. | |

Vector (T firstElement,...) | |

Initialize a vector with the given elements. | |

Vector (const Vector &other) | |

The copy constructor. | |

Vector & | operator= (const Vector &other) |

Copy a vector. | |

Vector & | operator= (T scalar) |

Set all elements in a vector to a scalar. | |

Vector & | operator+= (const Vector &other) |

Add another vector to this vector (element-wise). | |

Vector & | operator-= (const Vector &other) |

Subtract another vector from this vector (element-wise). | |

T & | operator[] (int index) |

Get the vector element at index. | |

const T & | operator[] (int index) const |

Get the vector element at index (const version). | |

Vector & | operator+= (T value) |

Add a scalar value to each element. | |

Vector & | operator-= (T value) |

Subtract a scalar value from each element. | |

Vector & | operator *= (T value) |

Multiply each element by a scalar value. | |

Vector & | operator/= (T value) |

Divide each element by a scalar value. | |

## Public Attributes | |

T | componentArray [comps] |

The components of this vector in an array. |

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:

- Vector.h

Documentation generated on 11.09.2003 with Doxygen.

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