[Numpy-discussion] (a and b) != (b and a) ?

Chris Barker Chris.Barker at noaa.gov
Wed Jun 12 13:29:02 CDT 2002


Reggie Dugard wrote:
> This is not, in fact, a bug although I've fallen prey to the same
> mistake myself.  I'm assuming what you really wanted was to use
> logical_and:

> So the "and" is just returning its second argument, since both arguments
> are considered "True" (containing at least 1 "True" element).

I imagine there is a compelling reason that "and" and "or" have not been
overridden like the comparison operators, but it sure would be nice!

-Chris




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