brendansimons at yahoo.ca
Thu Jan 5 21:38:22 CST 2006
Congrats Travis, Pearu and all. I'm very excited that we'll soon
have a standard for Python.
I apologize if the following has been discussed before:
When I try the following code:
a = numpy.ones(5)
ValueError: newsize is zero; cannot delete an array in this way
Numeric gave this result too, while Numarray hapily returns a 0d
array. I prefer the latter because it simplifies my current
requirement: a data structure, based on numpy, which holds an
arbitrary number of data points, and which can be extended or
truncated at will. Is there a good reason for Numeric/Numpy's
behaviour, as opposed to Numarray's?
Brendan Simons, Project Engineer
Stern Laboratories, Hamilton Ontario
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