From:

"PaulH" <paul.heil@gmail.com>

Newsgroups:

microsoft.public.vc.language

Date:

23 Mar 2007 12:28:04 -0700

Message-ID:

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THETA_RESULTS::iterator thetaX = results.begin()->second.begin();

for( ; thetaX != results.begin()->second.end(); ++thetaX )

{

RESULTS::iterator phiX = results.begin();

for( ; phiX != results.end(); ++phiX )

{

os << phiX->second[ thetaX->first ] << ",";

}

os << std::endl << ",,";

}

If there is a better method of getting done what I want, I'd like to

know.

Thanks,

PaulH

On Mar 23, 12:56 pm, "PaulH" <paul.h...@gmail.com> wrote:

I have an stl map container declared as:

typedef std::map< int, float > THETA_RESULTS;

typedef std::map< int, THETA_RESULTS > RESULTS;

RESULTS m_results;

I populate it kind of like this (where phi and theta are angles

measured in degrees):

for( int phi = 0; phi <= 180; phi += 30 )

{

for( int theta = 0; theta <= 360; theta += 30 )

{

m_ThetaResults[ phi ][ theta ] = some_value;

}

}

I would like to print the results like this, but I'm not quite sure

how:

<angles> Phi0, Phi1, Phi2, Phi3, Phi4, Phi5, ...

Theta0, val00, val10, val20, val30, val40, val50,...

Theta1, val01, val11, val21, val31, val41, val51,...

Theta2, val02, val12, val22, val32, val42, val52,...

...

I'm trying to do something like this, but this, obviously, doesn't

work:

RESULTS::const_iterator phi = obj.m_results->begin();

THETA_RESULTS::const_iterator theta = (*phi).second.begin();

for( ; theta != (*phi).second.end(); ++theta )

{

cout << (*theta).first << ",";

for( ; phi != obj.m_results->end(); ++phi )

{

cout << ( *theta ).second << ",";

}

cout << std::endl;

phi = obj.m_results->begin();

}

I would appreciate any help. Thanks,

PaulH

typedef std::map< int, float > THETA_RESULTS;

typedef std::map< int, THETA_RESULTS > RESULTS;

RESULTS m_results;

I populate it kind of like this (where phi and theta are angles

measured in degrees):

for( int phi = 0; phi <= 180; phi += 30 )

{

for( int theta = 0; theta <= 360; theta += 30 )

{

m_ThetaResults[ phi ][ theta ] = some_value;

}

}

I would like to print the results like this, but I'm not quite sure

how:

<angles> Phi0, Phi1, Phi2, Phi3, Phi4, Phi5, ...

Theta0, val00, val10, val20, val30, val40, val50,...

Theta1, val01, val11, val21, val31, val41, val51,...

Theta2, val02, val12, val22, val32, val42, val52,...

...

I'm trying to do something like this, but this, obviously, doesn't

work:

RESULTS::const_iterator phi = obj.m_results->begin();

THETA_RESULTS::const_iterator theta = (*phi).second.begin();

for( ; theta != (*phi).second.end(); ++theta )

{

cout << (*theta).first << ",";

for( ; phi != obj.m_results->end(); ++phi )

{

cout << ( *theta ).second << ",";

}

cout << std::endl;

phi = obj.m_results->begin();

}

I would appreciate any help. Thanks,

PaulH

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