[Numpy-discussion] Matlab page on scipy wiki
ndarray at mac.com
Fri Feb 10 14:50:01 CST 2006
To tell you the truth I dislike trailing underscore much more than the
choice of letter. In my code I will probably be renaming all these
foo_ to delete the underscore foo_(...) or foo_[...] is way too ugly
for my taste. However I fully admit that it is just a matter of taste
and it is trivial to rename things on import in Python.
PS: Trailing underscore reminds me of C++ - the language that I
happily live without :-)
On 2/10/06, Ryan Krauss <ryanlists at gmail.com> wrote:
> The problem is that c_ at least used to mean "column concatenate" and
> concatenate is too long to type.
> On 2/10/06, Sasha <ndarray at mac.com> wrote:
> > On 2/10/06, Travis Oliphant <oliphant at ee.byu.edu> wrote:
> > > The whole point of r_ is to allow you to use slice notation to build
> > > ranges easily. I wrote it precisely to make it easier to construct
> > > arrays in a simliar style that Matlab allows.
> > Maybe it is just me, but r_ is rather unintuitive. I would expect
> > something like this to be called "c" for "combine" or "concatenate."
> > This is the name used by S+ and R.
> > From R manual:
> > """
> > c package:base R Documentation
> > Combine Values into a Vector or List
> > ...
> > Examples:
> > c(1,7:9)
> > ...
> > """
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