InPlace.jl - in-place operations where possible
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using InPlace a = big"1" b = a @inplace b += 2 a # is now also equal to 3
This package exposes a single macro,
@inplace, which applies the operation
in its expression argument in-place on the left-hand side (if it is mutable).
@inplace a = f(args...) @inplace a += expr
In the case where
a is mutable, it is an implementation detail whether its
value is actually modified. For this reason, one should use this operation
only on values for which the current stackframe holds the only reference; e.g.
In this version of the package, it is only the
- (unary and binary) and
* operations that are done in-place, and only for
This package was created for speeding up