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The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_COL_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_COL_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_COL_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_DOUBLE_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS, DEF)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_DOUBLE_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_DOUBLE_OUT (ID, DESC)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_FLAG (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_INT_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS, DEF)
Use a forward declaration of the class. The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_INT_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_INT_OUT (ID, DESC)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_MATRIX_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_MATRIX_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_MATRIX_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_ROW_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_ROW_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_STRING_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS, DEF)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_STRING_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_STRING_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_TMATRIX_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_TMATRIX_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_TMATRIX_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UCOL_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UCOL_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UMATRIX_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UMATRIX_IN_REQ (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UMATRIX_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UROW_IN (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_UROW_OUT (ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_VECTOR_IN (T, ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_VECTOR_IN_REQ (T, ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member PARAM_VECTOR_OUT (T, ID, DESC, ALIAS)
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.
Member TUPLE_TYPE
The COUNTER variable is used in most cases to guarantee a unique global identifier for options declared using the PARAM_*() macros. However, not all compilers have this support–most notably, gcc < 4.3. In that case, the LINE macro is used as an attempt to get a unique global identifier, but collisions are still possible, and they produce bizarre error messages. See https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack/issues/100 for more information.