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2009/6/26 Henk Boom <>:
> 2009/6/26 steve donovan <>:
>> On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 12:03 AM, Cosmin
>> Apreutesei<> wrote:
>>> counts), or, for a truly blastingly efficient library (efficient to
>>> the standards that lua users have been spoiled to expect) would have
>>> to be implemented in the VM... something which I wouldn't mind at all
>>> having.
>> Sounds like the ideal job for an extension - implement an array type
>> in C.  Can make it as efficient as is possible, especially if it
>> supports block operations.
>> I would do this, but my stack is overflowing ;)
> There's a memarray module packed in with luaglut, which gives a very
> simple C-array interface (zero-based). It's very basic, and
> undocumented, but still useful.

I should have mentioned, it only supports numeric types (integer and
floating point), since it was intended for passing numeric data to