Commit 744896d9 authored by Dennis Gläser's avatar Dennis Gläser
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[common] implement id pair class

parent 2e8d3304
......@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@ install(FILES
extractctype.hh
extractdimension.hh
id.hh
idpair.hh
math.hh
promotedtype.hh
typetraits.hh
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/*!
* \file
* \brief Simple class to define pairs of ids.
*/
#ifndef FRACKIT_ID_PAIR_HH
#define FRACKIT_ID_PAIR_HH
#include <type_traits>
#include "id.hh"
namespace Frackit {
/*!
* \brief Simple class to define pairs of ids.
*/
class IdPair
{
public:
//! Default constructor
IdPair() = default;
/*!
* \brief Construction from indices.
*/
explicit IdPair(std::size_t id1, std::size_t id2)
: first_(id1)
, second_(id2)
{}
/*!
* \brief Construction from ids.
*/
explicit IdPair(Id id1, Id id2)
: first_(id1)
, second_(id2)
{}
/*!
* \brief Retrieve the first id.
*/
const Id& first() const { return first_; }
/*!
* \brief Retrieve the second id.
*/
const Id& second() const { return second_; }
private:
Id first_;
Id second_;
};
} // end namespace Frackit
#endif // FRACKIT_ID_PAIR_HH
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