Mat_VarGetStructsLinear man page
Mat_VarGetStructsLinear — Linearly index a structure variable
Mat_VarGetStructsLinear(const matvar_t *matvar, int start, int stride, int edge, int copy_fields);
The Mat_VarGetStructsLinear() function selects a subarray from a structure array matvar. Each of the elements in the subarray contains all of the fields of the structure. The indexing starts at the start element in the array (0 being the first element), and reads every stride values (1 being every element, 2 every other element, etc.). The total number of elements in the subarray is specified as edge. The original array must have at least start+(stride-1)*edge+1 elements. The copy_fields option specifies whether the fields of the original structure are copied for the new subarray. If set to 0, the returned structure array's fields have the same pointer as the original array, and the data field of the subarray structure. The subarray is marked with the conserve memory flag indicating that the fields should not be free'd. They are free'd when the original structure is free'd.
A subarray of the original structure array, or NULL if there is an error.
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