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After construct a tenstor with


how can I set a single element without calling

     tensor.set(indval_1, indval_2, ...)

The reason is that std::vector is determined in run time, so I have no idea of how many arguments need to passing into .set function.

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Hi, I just pushed a new commit that adds this feature to ITensor. Now for both the ITensor and IQTensor class you can do this:

auto T = ITensor(i,j);
auto v = vector<IndexVal>{{i(2),j(3)}};

Let me know if it doesn't work as expected or if you run into any issues. I'm planning to add a similar feature for the .real and .cplx methods for retrieving values.

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