Multiplies and assigns the value(s) of val to the elements of the af::array. More...

arrayoperator*= (const array &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const double &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const cdouble &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const cfloat &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const float &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const int &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const unsigned &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const bool &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const char &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const unsigned char &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const long &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const unsigned long &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const long long &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const unsigned long long &val)
 
arrayoperator*= (const short &val)
 Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array. More...
 
arrayoperator*= (const unsigned short &val)
 

Detailed Description

Multiplies and assigns the value(s) of val to the elements of the af::array.

Multiplies and assigns values


Function Documentation

◆ operator*=() [1/16]

array& operator*= ( const array val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [2/16]

array& operator*= ( const bool &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [3/16]

array& operator*= ( const cdouble val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [4/16]

array& operator*= ( const cfloat val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [5/16]

array& operator*= ( const char &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [6/16]

array& operator*= ( const double &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [7/16]

array& operator*= ( const float &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [8/16]

array& operator*= ( const int &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [9/16]

array& operator*= ( const long &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [10/16]

array& operator*= ( const long long &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [11/16]

array& operator*= ( const short &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [12/16]

array& operator*= ( const unsigned &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [13/16]

array& operator*= ( const unsigned char &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [14/16]

array& operator*= ( const unsigned long &  val)

Multiplies the value(s) of val to the elements of the array.

Parameters
[in]valis the value to be assigned to the /ref af::array
Returns
the reference to this
Note
This is a copy on write operation. The copy only occurs when the operator() is used on the left hand side.

◆ operator*=() [15/16]

array& operator*= ( const unsigned long long &  val)

◆ operator*=() [16/16]

array& operator*= ( const unsigned short &  val)