[Numpy-discussion] unexpected behavior with allclose( scalar, empty array)
Charles R Harris
Thu Jan 3 16:25:57 CST 2008
On Jan 3, 2008 2:37 PM, Matthew Brett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Just to ask - is there a reason why this:
> > In : all()
> > Out: True
> is the case?
Because it's True. Anything is true about the elements of an empty set,
because there aren't any. In this case, all asks if all elements in  are
true, i.e., does x member  -> x is true. Since x member  is always
false, the implication is always true. Recall that the statement x -> y has
the same truth value as the statement x' or xy.
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