Can someone elaborate on what is happening inside the defs here:
@piac, I understand the result but what is happening inside the defs?
I figured out that ctor is a ‘constructor’, not sure what that means but I’ll read about it. You can ignore the first part of this post.
def copy_matrix(m, ctor): n = ctor(m.RowCount, m.ColumnCount) for r in range(m.RowCount): for c in range(m.ColumnCount): n[r,c]=m[r,c] return n def to_rh_matrix(dotnet_m): from Rhino.Geometry import Matrix as rgm return copy_matrix(dotnet_m,rgm) def to_dotnet_matrix(rhinocommon_m): from MathNet.Numerics.LinearAlgebra.Double import Matrix as dnm dense = dnm.Build.Dense return copy_matrix(rhinocommon_m,dense) def copy_vector(m,ctor): try: if m.RowCount==1: n=ctor(m.ColumnCount) for c in range(m.ColumnCount): n[c]=m[0,c] elif m.ColumnCount==1: n=ctor(m.RowCount) for r in range(m.RowCount): n[r]=m[r,0] except: n=ctor(m.Count,1) for i in range(m.Count): n[1,0]=m[i] return n def to_rh_vector(dotnet_v): from Rhino.Geometry import Matrix as rgm return copy_vector(dotnet_v,rgm) def to_dotnet_vector(rhinocommon_v): from MathNet.Numerics.LinearAlgebra.Double import Vector as dnv dense = dnv.Build.Dense return copy_vector (rhinocommon_v,dense)
So about this code what is ctor?
If it is a variable how can you use it without defining it?
Another question is,
I define a matrix and I get output for A:
and output for B:
However, when I try to convert from output A to GH.matrix I get:
Is there a way to define the matrix as a string from the “panel” component?