[Numpy-discussion] filling an alice of array of object with a reference to an object that has a __getitem__ method
Mon Jan 9 02:21:35 CST 2012
thank you very much for your reply, sadly it is not working as you and I hoped. The array still stays at None even after the code.
I've also tried A[X] = [MyObject(...)]*len(X) but that just results in a Memory error.
So is there really no way to avoid this broadcasting?
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> Datum: Sun, 8 Jan 2012 16:16:33 -0500
> Von: Olivier Delalleau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> An: Discussion of Numerical Python <email@example.com>
> Betreff: Re: [Numpy-discussion] filling an alice of array of object with a reference to an object that has a __getitem__ method
> You could try A[...].fill(MyObject(...)). I haven't tried it myself, so
> sure it would work though...
> -=- Olivier
> 2012/1/6 "David Köpfer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Dear numpy community,
> > I'm trying to create an array of type object.
> > A = empty(9, dtype=object)
> > A[ array(0,1,2) ] = MyObject(1)
> > A[ array(3,4,5) ] = MyObject(2)
> > A[ array(6,7,8) ] = MyObject(3)
> > This has worked well until MyObject has gotten an __getitem__ method.
> > python (as it is usually supposed to) assigns A to MyObject(1),
> > to MyObject(1) and so on.
> > Is there any way to just get a reference of the instance of MyObject
> > every entry of the array slice?
> > Thank you for any help on this problem
> > David
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