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sc::RedundantCartesianIter(3)	     MPQC	 sc::RedundantCartesianIter(3)

NAME
       sc::RedundantCartesianIter - RedundantCartesianIter objects loop
       through all possible combinations of a given number of axes.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<cartiter.h>

       Inherited by sc::RedundantCartesianIterCCA,
       sc::RedundantCartesianIterCints,	and sc::RedundantCartesianIterV3.

   Public Member Functions
       RedundantCartesianIter (int l)
	   Create a object for the given angular momentum.
       virtual int bfn ()=0
	   Return the current Cartesian	basis function number.
       void start ()
	   Initialize the iterator.
       void next ()
	   Move	to the next combination	of axes.
       operator	int ()
	   Returns nonzero if the iterator currently hold valid	data.
       int a ()
	   The current exponent	of x.
       int b ()
	   The current exponent	of y.
       int c ()
	   The current exponent	of z.
       int l ()
	   The angular momentum.
       int l (int i)
	   Returns a() if i==0,	b() if i==1, and c() if	i==2.
       int axis	(int i)
	   Return the i'th axis.

Detailed Description
       RedundantCartesianIter objects loop through all possible	combinations
       of a given number of axes.

       This is used to compute the transformation matrices that	maps a set of
       Cartesian functions to another set of Cartesian functions in a rotated
       coordinate system.

Author
       Generated automatically by Doxygen for MPQC from	the source code.

Version	2.3.1			Tue Sep	21 2021	 sc::RedundantCartesianIter(3)

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