forallindexed


Name:
forallindexed - Call a procedure for each element of a list/string
Synopsis:
 
[v1,...,vn] {f} forallindexed -> f(0,v1),...,f(n-1,vn)

Examples:
 

[(a) (b)] {} forallindexed -> (a) 0 (b) 1

Description:
 
For each element of the input array, forallindexed calls f with
two arguments, the element and its index within the list/string.
forallindexed is similar to forall, only that the index of the
element is also passed to the function f.

Alternatives: Functions forallindexed_a for a list, forallindexed_s
for a string (both undocumented) -> behaviour and synopsis are the same.

Parameters:
 
[v1,...,vn] - list of n arbitrary objects or string
{f} - function which can operate on the elements of the
array. f is not required to return a specific number
of values.

References:
The Red Book  

Author:
 
Marc-Oliver Gewaltig

SeeAlso: Source:
/home/graber/work-nest/nest-git/nest-simulator/sli/slicontrol.cc