marc.mutz at kdab.com
Sun Mar 26 21:15:53 CEST 2017
On 2017-03-26 10:50, Martin Smith wrote:
> No, a vector is direction and a length. The name for a sequential
> collection of items is tuple.
If you're into mixing math and CS terms, then no, the second:
A vector is an element in a vector space and a tuple is an element of a
Cartesian Product over (generally) unstructured sets.
Yes, using vector for an array type was not Stepanov's best choice of
terms (he says so himself), but what you're doing is like arguing that
"debt" should be spelled "det". Yes, it should. No, it isn't. :)
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