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abs_normal: Print a Vector or Matrix

Syntax
abs_print_mat(name, nr, nc, mat)

Prototype

template <class Vector>
void abs_print_mat(
const std::string& name ,
size_t             nr   ,
size_t             nc   ,
const Vector&      mat  )

Purpose
This routine is used by the abs_normal examples to print vectors and matrices. A new-line is printed at the end of this output.

name
This is a name that is printed before the vector or matrix.

nr
This is the number of rows in the matrix. Use nr = 1 for row vectors.

nc
This is the number of columns in the matrix. Use nc = 1 for column vectors.

mat
This is a row-major representation of the matrix (hence a SimpleVector ). The syntax       std::cout << mat[i]  must output the i-th element of the simple vector mat .
Input File: example/abs_normal/abs_print_mat.hpp