vtkDoubleArray - dynamic, self-adjusting double precision array
Super Class: vtkDataArray
vtkDoubleArray is an array of double precision numbers. It provides methods for insertion and retrieval of double precision values, and will automatically resize itself to hold new data.
Detailed Method Descriptions:
Allocate memory for this array. Delete old storage only if necessary.
Release storage and reset array to initial state.
Create a similar type object
Get the data type.
Set the number of n-tuples in the array.
Get a pointer to a tuple at the ith location. This is a dangerous method (it is not thread safe since a pointer is returned).
Copy the tuple value into a user-provided array.
Set the tuple value at the ith location in the array.
Insert (memory allocation performed) the tuple into the ith location in the array.
Insert (memory allocation performed) the tuple onto the end of the array.
Resize object to just fit data requirement. Reclaims extra memory.
Set the data at a particular index. Does not do range checking. Make sure you use the method SetNumberOfValues() before inserting data.
Specify the number of values for this object to hold. Does an allocation as well as setting the MaxId ivar. Used in conjunction with SetValue() method for fast insertion.
Insert data at a specified position in the array.
Insert data at the end of the array. Return its location in the array.
Get the address of a particular data index. Make sure data is allocated for the number of items requested. Set MaxId according to the number of data values requested.
Get the address of a particular data index. Performs no checks to verify that the memory has been allocated etc.
Deep copy of another double array.
This method lets the user specify data to be held by the array. The array argument is a pointer to the data. size is the size of the array supplied by the user. Set save to 1 to keep the class from deleting the array when it cleans up or reallocates memory. The class uses the actual array provided; it does not copy the data from the suppled array.