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On Aug 24, 2012, at 4:26 AM, Brice Goglin wrote:
> The question that remains is about the naming. Right now, it's
> "valarray" but it don't like it. What it really means is "custom array
> of float values". Maybe just "values", or "floats", or "custom floats",
> or ... ?
Random question: why floats and not doubles?
Another name suggestion: cached_floats (cached_doubles)
If the goal is to be able to store some data that will also show up in the XML (and text/gui output?), why not make the mechanism more general? E.g., the values array should be a union, with an enum indicating its type, and support a small number of intrinsic types: float (or double), string, int (and/or long?).
Then you can call it "cached_values", or some such.
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