|Subject:||Re: Non-hacky method to take list of keys as parameter?|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Jul 2021 19:10:40 +0000|
Thank you so much for your help; I finally got it to work! I think what was happening the first time around was that there was actually a `pmt` runtime issue that I misinterpreted as being an issue with the type conversion when going from Python to C++. But it turns out that it was actually due to me calling `pmt::nth` with a vector, when it is in fact only valid for lists, in a different part of the code. I suppose the compiler has no way of knowing the underlying types when it comes to `pmt`s, so errors like that are not caught during compile time.
Oh, sorry! I meant Marcus, of course, not "Amrcus".
Your first example would be ideal, but I seem to remember trying that and having issues with it, probably due to the implicit type conversion from Python to C++. I will try again, but is there anywhere one can look up what the conversions are?
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