[Numpy-discussion] int and float ufunc?
pearu at cens.ioc.ee
Mon Oct 7 14:42:09 CDT 2002
On Mon, 7 Oct 2002, Robert Kern wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 11:56:48AM -0700, Andrew P. Lentvorski wrote:
> > However, I have *lots* of these
> > functions scattered around the code (inherited from someone else), so I
> > will have to hunt them all down and change all the int(thingtoconvert) to
> > thingtoconvert.astype('l').
> How about defining a function like so:
> def int(object, **kwds):
> if type(object) is Numeric.ArrayType:
> return object.astype(Numeric.Integer)
> return __builtins__.int(object, **kwds)
> That should probably take care of all uses of int() in your code.
I would rename this function to `aint' and still change all the int(x) to
When messing with Python built-ins, sooner or later you'll find a bullet
in your leg ...
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