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Converting other C++ classes to MTensor in LibraryLink
Hopefully this will be a quick question + a quick answer: Say I have a C++ (or C) code using LibraryLink. I am using a library that defines a specific matrix class, as many numerical libraries ...
Jul 31 '12 at 13:26
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