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Check Simple Vector Concept

# include <cppad/utility/check_simple_vector.hpp>

Preforms compile and run time checks that the type specified by Vector satisfies all the requirements for a SimpleVector class with elements of type Scalar . If a requirement is not satisfied, a an error message makes it clear what condition is not satisfied.

x, y
If the arguments x and y are present, they have prototype
In addition, the check
x == x
will return the boolean value true, and
x == y
will return false.

If the arguments x and y are not present, the following extra assumption is made by CheckSimpleVector: If x is a Scalar object
x = 0
y = 1
assigns values to the objects x and y . In addition, x == x would return the boolean value true and x == y would return false.

The file cppad/check_simple_vector.hpp is included by cppad/cppad.hpp but it can also be included separately with out the rest if the CppAD include files.

Parallel Mode
The routine thread_alloc::parallel_setup must be called before it can be used in parallel mode.

The file check_simple_vector.cpp contains an example and test of this function where S is the same as T . It returns true, if it succeeds an false otherwise. The comments in this example suggest a way to change the example so S is not the same as T .
Input File: cppad/utility/check_simple_vector.hpp