[Numpy-discussion] Passing a Null pointer after ndarray prototype definition
Nicholas
nicholasinparis@gmail....
Sun Dec 30 02:42:18 CST 2007
I have a problem in that I have a DLL function which accepts several numpy
double arrays, but you need to pass a NULL pointer for the ones from which
you do not require results. The prototype is as follows:
T_ndDp = numpy.ctypeslib.ndpointer(dtype=float, ndim=1,
flags='C_CONTIGUOUS')
Prototype_example = CFUNCTYPE(None, c_long, T_ndDp, T_ndDp, T_ndDp)
In ctypes None is equivelent to NULL, though in order to get past the
prototype argchecks you need to cast the object to None. If for example the
pointer was to a simple double one could write something like: cast(None,
POINTER(c_double))
the problem is in casting to None for the above (T_ndDp) type
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Nicholas
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