unfortunately, it is not possible to use boolean operators on boolean expressions. It would be great to allow something such as:
x = (x>0 & y>0).select(x, 0); // or &&?
This issue can be worked around by:
x = (y>0).select((x>0).select(x, 0), 0);
but adding boolean operators would make code a lot more readable. Or maybe even faster?
(possibly blocks or is blocked by bug 97)
This is possible since this 2 years old commit:
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I see, thanks. Isn't using the short-circuit operators confusing here? That's why I didn't find this functionality, since I didn't expect && to be used for something that doesn't short-circuit.
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