Dendro  5.01
Dendro in Greek language means tree. The Dendro library is a large scale (262K cores on ORNL's Titan) distributed memory adaptive octree framework. The main goal of Dendro is to perform large scale multiphysics simulations efficeiently in mordern supercomputers. Dendro consists of efficient parallel data structures and algorithms to perform variational ( finite element) methods and finite difference mthods on 2:1 balanced arbitary adaptive octrees which enables the users to perform simulations raning from black holes (binary black hole mergers) to blood flow in human body, where applications ranging from relativity, astrophysics to biomedical engineering.
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nlohmann::detail::serializer< BasicJsonType > Class Template Reference

Public Member Functions

 serializer (output_adapter_t< char > s, const char ichar)
 serializer (const serializer &)=delete
serializeroperator= (const serializer &)=delete
void dump (const BasicJsonType &val, const bool pretty_print, const bool ensure_ascii, const unsigned int indent_step, const unsigned int current_indent=0)
 internal implementation of the serialization function More...

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ serializer()

template<typename BasicJsonType >
nlohmann::detail::serializer< BasicJsonType >::serializer ( output_adapter_t< char >  s,
const char  ichar 
[in]soutput stream to serialize to
[in]icharindentation character to use

Member Function Documentation

◆ dump()

template<typename BasicJsonType >
void nlohmann::detail::serializer< BasicJsonType >::dump ( const BasicJsonType &  val,
const bool  pretty_print,
const bool  ensure_ascii,
const unsigned int  indent_step,
const unsigned int  current_indent = 0 

internal implementation of the serialization function

This function is called by the public member function dump and organizes the serialization internally. The indentation level is propagated as additional parameter. In case of arrays and objects, the function is called recursively.

  • strings and object keys are escaped using escape_string()
  • integer numbers are converted implicitly via operator<<
  • floating-point numbers are converted to a string using "%g" format
[in]valvalue to serialize
[in]pretty_printwhether the output shall be pretty-printed
[in]indent_stepthe indent level
[in]current_indentthe current indent level (only used internally)

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