Generic expression where a coefficient-wise unary operator is applied to an expression. More...

`#include <CwiseUnaryOp.h>`

Inheritance diagram for CwiseUnaryOp< UnaryOp, XprType >:

Collaboration diagram for CwiseUnaryOp< UnaryOp, XprType >:

## Public Types | |

typedef CwiseUnaryOpImpl < UnaryOp, XprType, typename internal::traits< XprType > ::StorageKind >::Base | Base |

## Public Member Functions | |

EIGEN_STRONG_INLINE Index | cols () const |

CwiseUnaryOp (const XprType &xpr, const UnaryOp &func=UnaryOp()) | |

const UnaryOp & | functor () const |

const internal::remove_all < typename XprType::Nested > ::type & | nestedExpression () const |

internal::remove_all< typename XprType::Nested >::type & | nestedExpression () |

EIGEN_STRONG_INLINE Index | rows () const |

## Protected Attributes | |

const UnaryOp | m_functor |

const XprType::Nested | m_xpr |

class CwiseUnaryOp< UnaryOp, XprType >

Generic expression where a coefficient-wise unary operator is applied to an expression.

**Parameters:**-
UnaryOp template functor implementing the operator XprType the type of the expression to which we are applying the unary operator

This class represents an expression where a unary operator is applied to an expression. It is the return type of all operations taking exactly 1 input expression, regardless of the presence of other inputs such as scalars. For example, the operator* in the expression 3*matrix is considered unary, because only the right-hand side is an expression, and its return type is a specialization of CwiseUnaryOp.

Most of the time, this is the only way that it is used, so you typically don't have to name CwiseUnaryOp types explicitly.

**See also:**- MatrixBase::unaryExpr(const CustomUnaryOp &) const, class CwiseBinaryOp, class CwiseNullaryOp

Definition at line 72 of file CwiseUnaryOp.h.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:

- eigen-eigen-3.0.2/Eigen/src/Core/CwiseUnaryOp.h

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