- On exit, the value of
is the maximum value of
over the allowed values of
. The value of
is the smallest
value at which this maximum
It has same effect as without the mask if all values of the mask
are true. If all elements of the mask are false, res
will store most negative value in its type and loc
will store most positive value in its type.
As implied by the replicated alignment of the result array,
results are broadcast in the process dimension associated with
dimension dim of the source array.
- Value restrictions:
- The value of dimension must be in the range
0, ...,-1 where is the rank of the source array.
- Shape restrictions:
- The shape of the two result arrays (res and
loc) must be obtained from the shape of the source array by deleting
dimension dimension. The mask array if present must be same shape as the source
- Alignment restrictions:
- The two result arrays (res and
loc) must be aligned to the source array, with
replicated alignment in dimension dimension. The mask array if present
must be aligned with the source array.
- Containment restrictions:
- The source array and mask array if present and the
result array must be fully contained in the active progess group.
- Overlap restrictions:
- In-place updates are not allowed.
- Replicated data:
- If the source array or mask array if present has replicated mapping,
values for particular elements are generally taken from the nearest copy.
The definition of ``nearest'' is implementation dependent.
Consistent replication of copies in the result array relies on consistency
of copies in the source array.