Defining custom types

Matt Knox mattknox_ca at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 16 12:37:31 CST 2006


> On Thursday 16 November 2006 11:44, David Douard wrote:> > Hi, just to ask you: how is the work going on encapsulatinsg mx.DateTime> > as a native numpy type?> > And most important: is the code available somewhere? I am also> > interested in using DateTime objects in numpy arrays. For now, I've> > always used arrays of floats (using gmticks values of dates).> And I, as arrays of objects (well, I wrote a subclass to deal with dates, > where each element is a datetime object, with methods to translate to floats > or strings , but it's far from optimal...). I'd also be quite interested in > checking what has been done.
 
I'm also very interested in the results of this. I need to do something very similar and am currently relying on an ugly hack to achieve the desired result.
 
- Matt Knox
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