dtype() examples that used to work

Joris De Ridder joris at ster.kuleuven.be
Mon Oct 30 07:58:39 CST 2006


On Friday 27 October 2006 19:06, Francesc Altet wrote:
   [FA]: for example:
   [FA]: 
   [FA]: In [67]: dtype([('f1', int16)])
   [FA]: Out[67]: dtype([('f1', '<i2')])
   [FA]: 
   [FA]: In [68]: dtype([('f1', int16, (2,2))])
   [FA]: Out[68]: dtype([('f1', '<i2', (2, 2))])
   [FA]: 
   [FA]: In [69]: dtype([('f1', int16, (2,2)), ('f3', int32)])
   [FA]: Out[69]: dtype([('f1', '<i2', (2, 2)), ('f3', '<i4')])

Thanks, Francesc, for the examples!

IMO, record arrays seem powerful, but also intimidating at a first glance.
I think many didactical examples will help getting them into common use.
I made some effort to get updated examples in the Numpy Example List:

www.scipy.org/Numpy_Example_List#dtype
www.scipy.org/Numpy_Example_List#array

Could people who already have some experience with it, have a look at
them and give me their opinion?

Cheers,
Joris


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