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Arithmetic on a struct
I have a function f(x,y) I want to write that takes two dimensions as parameters. The first dimension is what is known as y, so it is smaller than x. The second dimension, x, is always even.
The f(x,y) should return a value which is simply y/x. How do I do this?
I could always do it with 2 for loops, but is there a more elegant way?
No, there’s no builtin arithmetic type/operation.
Simply do it the normal way and use the result
Well, you could use the ordinary arithmetic operators to compute, i.e. f(x,y) = y/x, or f(x,y) = x*y/x.
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