[Numpy-discussion] numexpr
David M. Cooke
cookedm at physics.mcmaster.ca
Mon Mar 6 15:00:06 CST 2006
Tim Hochberg <tim.hochberg at cox.net> writes:
> I just commited a bunch of changes to numexpr in the sandbox (BTW,
> thanks to Robert Kern for pointing me to the right location for that).
>
> At this point, there's a fairly complete framework for evaluationg
> numeric expressions (as long as they're not complex, and have unit
> stride and are all the same size etc, OK maybe not so complete, but
> potentially very useful nonetheless). A couple basic operations (**
> and %) need to be filled in as well as a bunch of functions. Still
> most basic operaions work. A bunch of 2- and 3-arg functions work as
> well
> as 'where'.
>
> I'll wait to hear from David Cooke to see how he likes the current
> function framework -- if he likes it, I'll go ahead and fill in the
> other common functions. It would also be nice to support sum and
> product as David mentioned, but I haven't though about that at all
> yet.
Looks good.
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