Spec
Fixed CyclicShapeCyclicShape defined at compile time.
Extends  CyclicShape 

All Extended  CyclicShape 
Defined in  <seqan/modifier.h> 
Signature 
template <unsigned L, typename THardwiredShape, unsigned R>
class CycledShape<FixedShape<L, GappedShape<THardwiredShape>, R> >;

Template Parameters
L 
Left offset. Number of leading zeros of the Shape. 

R 
Right offset. Number of trailing zeros of the Shape. 
THardwiredShape 
A specialization of HardwiredShape 
TSize 
Size type of the CyclicShape 
Member Function Overview

CyclicShape();, CyclicShape(shape);
The constructor
Interface Function Overview
Interface Functions Inherited From CyclicShape
Interface Metafunction Overview

WEIGHT<CyclicShape<FixedShape<L, TInnerShape, R> > >::VALUE;
Weight (number of carepositions) of Fixed CyclicShapes
Interface Metafunctions Inherited From CyclicShape
Member Variable Overview

TSize[] FixedCyclicShape::diffs
Distances between care positions.
Member Variables Inherited From CyclicShape
Detailed Description
Fixed CylcicShapes contain their information at compile time, so in most cases no object must be created. The notation is similar to the one of HardwiredShape: Template paramters code for the distance between ones. Additionally you have to specify the number of leading and trailing zeros.
The notation is chosen in such a way that predefined Shapes like PatternHunter can be plugged into a CyclicShape. Like HardwiredShapes, Fixed CyclicShapes are limited to a weight of 21.
See CyclicShape for an example on how to use a CyclicShape.
See Also
Member Functions Detail
CyclicShape();
CyclicShape(shape);
Parameters
shape

A FixedCyclicShape of this type 

This constructor does not do anything, the FixedCyclicShape is defined by its type alone. See the example on how to create a CyclicShape:
typedef GappedShape<HardwiredShape<1, 1, 3, 2> > TInnerShape; // 11100101
// ^You can also use predefied Shapes here, e.g. Patternhunter
typedef CyclicShape<FixedShape<2, TInnerShape, 1> > TShape; // 00111001010
TShape shape;
Data Races
Member Variables Detail
TSize[] FixedCyclicShape::diffs
static const TSize diffs[] has weight many nonzero entries in the beginning, the remaining ones are zero. An additional entry at position weight1 holds the cyclic distance from the last "1" to the first one. During the iteration with a ModCyclicShapeModifiedIterator an index position keeps track of the position inside diffs.