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Getter functions for arrays

Hi,

I wonder if there exists an easy way to implement a getter function for an array valued attribute?

For instance, one has a derived item, for example the extensions of a process grid (pgrid). As this item can be retrieved lets say from an mpi subroutine using a given communcator, it would be cleaner not to store this informations redundantly:

GROMACS recipe for symmetric Intel® MPI using PME workloads

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This package (scripts with instructions) delivers a build and run environment for symmetric MPI runs. This file is actually the README of the package. Symmetric stands for employing a Xeon® executable and a Xeon Phi™ executable both running together exchanging MPI messages and collective data via Intel MPI.

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