[Numpy-discussion] unique() should return a sorted array
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Mon Jul 17 09:59:36 CDT 2006
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> discussion-bounces at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of David Huard
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> Subject: Re: [Numpy-discussion] unique() should return a sorted array
> I attached a patch for unique (with a test case) based on Norbert's
> suggestion. I removed the sort keyword since iterable arrays would be
> sorted anyway. The function uses a python set, and I was wondering if it
> is ok to assume that everyone running numpy has a python version >= 2.3 ?
I think it has been discussed on the list that Python >= 2.3 is assumed.
However, according to the Python documentation, the built-in set type is new
in Python 2.4.
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