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::input_adapter_protocol Struct Referenceabstract

abstract input adapter interface More...

#include <json.hpp>

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virtual std::char_traits< char >::int_type get_character ()=0
 get a character [0,255] or std::char_traits<char>::eof().
virtual void unget_character ()=0
 restore the last non-eof() character to input

Detailed Description

abstract input adapter interface

Produces a stream of std::char_traits<char>::int_type characters from a std::istream, a buffer, or some other input type. Accepts the return of exactly one non-EOF character for future input. The int_type characters returned consist of all valid char values as positive values (typically unsigned char), plus an EOF value outside that range, specified by the value of the function std::char_traits<char>::eof(). This value is typically -1, but could be any arbitrary value which is not a valid char value.

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