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MODEL::Probe Class Reference

#include <probe.h>

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Public Types

typedef vector<number> data_record
typedef vector< data_record > data_list

Public Methods

 Probe (TimeFrame &T, const string &fn)
 Probe (TimeFrame &T, ostream &os)
virtual ~Probe ()
virtual void tick ()
virtual void probe (void)=0
void add_data (const number &d)
 NO_COPY (Probe)

Private Attributes

string n
ostream* out
bool data_is_here
data_list* var_data
data_record* temp_data

Detailed Description

Class to probe variables and parameters. It writes out the collected data into a file upon destruction.

You just have to redefine probe() to write out the needed data using add_data(). You can add as many datapoints as you like at one time (and the number does not have to be constant).

Definition at line 77 of file probe.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Probe ( TimeFrame & T,
const string & fn )

Constructor if we don't have an ostream handy.

T   the timeframe to which the probe should be added.
fn   the name of the file to which the data is written. Oh, a probe has the same resolution as the timeframe...

Definition at line 58 of file probe.cpp.

Probe ( TimeFrame & T,
ostream & os )

Constructor with ostream

T   the timeframe to which the probe should be added.
os   the ostream (e.g. cout)

Definition at line 64 of file probe.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

NO_COPY ( Probe )

Don't copy or assign

void tick ( ) [virtual]

called to make things work, for each one

Reimplemented from MODEL::TickTock.

Definition at line 97 of file probe.cpp.

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Last update: June 2002.

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