[Numpy-discussion] should a flatiter object get a 'dtype' attribute ?
haase at msg.ucsf.edu
Thu Aug 24 13:01:20 CDT 2006
I suppose the answer is no .
But converting more code to numpy I got this error
AttributeError: 'numpy.flatiter' object has no attribute 'dtype'
(I found that I did not need the .flat in the first place )
So I was just wondering if (or how much) a flatiter object should behave like
an ndarray ?
Also this is an opportunity to have some talk about the relative newcomer
"flatiter generator objects" ...
- Sebastian Haase
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