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UCESB multi-dimensional array [message #19275] Tue, 24 May 2016 17:39 Go to next message
MarcLabiche is currently offline  MarcLabiche
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Hi,

When I try to define an array of dimension higher than 2 in the file STaRTrack.spec that I'm trying to produce for the Si tracker, for example:

MEMBER(DATA12 adc[18][2][16][128] ZERO_SUPPRESS);

the compilation crashes with the message:
STaRTrack.spec:16: syntax error, unexpected '[', expecting ')'

It seems that only arrays of 1 and 2 dimensions can be defined.

Would it be possible to extend to 4-D array or could you please suggest an alternative ?

Cheers,
Marc


Marc Labiche
STFC Daresbury Lab.
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icon10.gif  Re: UCESB multi-dimensional array [message #19285 is a reply to message #19275] Wed, 25 May 2016 11:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hans Törnqvist is currently offline  Hans Törnqvist
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Hello Marc,

The spec file parser is coded in a way that going beyond 2 dimensions would require a lot of work, and I don't know the rationale behind this. For now, you can combine the first dimensions by e.g. adc[18 * 2 * 16][128]. Is it not possible to split this array into smaller module specs?
Re: UCESB multi-dimensional array [message #19287 is a reply to message #19285] Wed, 25 May 2016 12:08 Go to previous message
MarcLabiche is currently offline  MarcLabiche
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Hi Hans,
ok, thanks.
The mapping will be a bit "less clearer" but I'll try the proposed alternative.
Cheers,
Marc






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