[Numpy-discussion] Unexpected change of array used to index another array
Charles R Harris
charlesr.harris at gmail.com
Sun Apr 9 22:21:02 CDT 2006
On 4/8/06, Webb Sprague <webb.sprague at gmail.com> wrote:
> I indexed an 10 x 10(called bigM below) with another array (OFFS_TMP
> below). I suppose because OFFS_TMP has negative numbers, it was
> changed to cycle around to 9 wherever there is a negative 1 (which is
> the forward version of -1 if you are a 10 x 10 matrix). You can
> analogous behavior with -2 => 8, etc. Is changing the indexing matrix
> really the correct behavior? The result of using the index seems to
> be fine. Has this story been told already and I didn't know it?
It's the python way:
>>> a = [1,2,3]
It gives a convenient way to index from the end of the array. But I'm not
sure that was your question.
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