- A graph matrix from which data are retrieved.
- Number of rows in the matrix. Ignored if NULL is passed.
- Number of columns in the matrix. Ignored if NULL is passed.
- A pointer to an array of length at least (n+1), wherenis the number of rows in the matrix. The array contains row indices, such thatrows_start[i]is the index of the first non-zero entry in rowiin the arrayscol_indxandvalues. The valuerows_start[n]-rows_startwill be the total number of nonzero entries in the matrix. Type of the array elements can be deduced fromrows_start_type.Ignored if NULL.Refer topointerBarray description in CSR Format for more details.
- A pointer to an array which contains zero-based column indices for the non-zero entries of the matrixA. Type of the array elements can be deduced fromcol_indx_type. Ignored if NULL.Refer to thecolumnsarray description in CSR Format for more details.
- A pointer to an array which contains values for the nonzero entries of the matrix A. The type of the array elements can be deduced fromvalues_type.Ignored if NULL.Refer to thevaluesarray description in CSR Format for more details.
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