h5xx - a template-based c++ wrapper for the HDF5 library. h5xx is a template-based C++ wrapper for the HDF5 library. The goal of h5xx is to provide an easy-to-use yet flexible and powerful interface to HDF5 for C++ codes. In some sense, h5xx aims at providing similar functionality to C++ as h5py does to Python. For example, a NumPy-like slicing notation wrapping HDF5 hyperslabs is implemented. Currently, h5xx supports std::vector, boost::array, and boost::multi_array containers.

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  1. Michael Hirsch: h5fortran: object-oriented polymorphic Fortran interface for HDF5 file IO (2021) not zbMATH