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ILMathzerosT Method (Int64)

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Creates a new array of zeros '0' with a size determined by size.

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Namespace:  ILNumerics
Assembly:  ILNumerics.Computing (in ILNumerics.Computing.dll) Version: (5.5.7503.3146)

public static RetArray<T> zeros<T>(
	params long[] size


Type: SystemInt64
Variable length Array or comma separated list with lengths of the dimensions of the new array.

Type Parameters

Element type for the new array. This must be a value type.

Return Value

Type: RetArrayT
New array of the specified size and ColumnMajor storage order, initialized with '0'.

ArgumentExceptionif T is not supported. Use one of the predefined, scalar value types (Double, float, int, ...), complex or fcomplex.
ArgumentExceptionif size is null, has more elements than MaxNumberOfDimensions or contains negative values.

size cannot be null. Its lengths determines the number of dimensions of the new array. The elements determine the lengths of corresponding dimensions and cannot contain negative values.

Arrays returned from this overload are in ColumnMajor storage order. Use zeros``1(InArrayInt64, StorageOrders) for determining the storage order explicitly.

Since the variable length parameter list and the 'params' keyword (C#) implicitly allocates new storage under the control of the GC consider using one of the vector``1(UMP) overloads and zeros``1(InArrayInt64, StorageOrders) instead to provide the dimension lengths. This is recommended when high-performance is important.

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See Also


MathInternal.zeros``1(InArrayInt64, StorageOrders)
MathInternal.array``1(UMP, Int64, StorageOrders)
MathInternal.vector``1(UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP, UMP)
MathInternal.ones``1(Int64, Int64, StorageOrders)
MathInternal.empty``1(Int64, Int64, StorageOrders)

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