[Numpy-discussion] Why stripping spaces in strings?
falted at openlc.org
Thu Sep 11 03:58:58 CDT 2003
Yups, RawCharrArray do the trick:
>>> strings.array([["hello world ","pp\0"]], kind=strings.CharArray)
CharArray([['hello world', 'pp']])
>>> strings.array([["hello world ","pp\0"]], kind=strings.RawCharArray)
RawCharArray([['hello world ', 'pp\x00 ']])
Thanks for the hint,
A Dimecres 10 Setembre 2003 14:40, Todd Miller va escriure:
> Take a look at RawCharArray instead of CharArray. CharArray is a
> RawCharArray with specific stripping and padding behaviors and some
> extra methods. RawCharArray should be the starting point for this kind
> of discussion; it may do what you want as-is, or you can tell me where
> it's falling short of what you need.
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