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Topic: trouble using mxGetData for int array
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Bruce Elliott

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trouble using mxGetData for int array
Posted: Dec 18, 2013 3:08 PM
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I am setting values in mxArray structure that is the output of a MEX file. Some of the structure fields are arrays of floats and others are arrays of ints (I can't control this; the source data is from 3rd party library functions).

I use this code to set the values for arrays of floats:

mxArray *pFieldValue;
float *pfloat;
int *pint;
mwSize nrows, ncols;
int ridx, cidx;

nrows = 1;
ncols = 3;
pFieldValue = mxCreateNumericMatrix(nrows,ncols,mxSINGLE_CLASS,mxREAL);
pfloat = (float*)mxGetData(pFieldValue);
for (ridx=0; ridx<nrows; ridx++) {
for (cidx = 0;cidx<ncols;cidx++) {
pfloat[ridx,cidx] = <some float value>;
}
}

which compiles just fine. I have the following block for arrays of ints:

nrows = 1;
ncols = 1;
pFieldValue = mxCreateNumericMatrix(nrows,ncols,mxINT32_CLASS,mxREAL);
pint = (int*)mxGetData(pFieldValue);
for (ridx=0; ridx<nrows; ridx++) {
for (cidx = 0; cidx<ncols;cidx++) {
pint[ridx,cidx] = <some int value>;
}
}

but the compiler complains about the line with pint[ridx,cidx] with the message:

error C2109: subscript requires array or pointer type

The two blocks of code look the same to me, other than the pointers to ints vs. pointers to floats. (I know the matrix of ints is 1-by-1, but the compiler shouldn't care about that, right?)

Can anyone tell me why the second one does not work?



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