[Numpy-discussion] np.loadtxt : yet a new implementation...
Tue Dec 2 16:46:15 CST 2008
I can try, but in that case, please write me a unittest, so that I
have a clear and unambiguous idea of what you expect.
ANFSCD, have you tried the missing_values option ?
On Dec 2, 2008, at 5:36 PM, Christopher Barker wrote:
> Pierre GM wrote:
>>> I think that treating an explicitly-passed-in ' ' delimiter as
>>> identical to 'no delimiter' is a bad idea. If I say that ' ' is the
>>> delimiter, or '\t' is the delimiter, this should be treated *just*
>>> like ',' being the delimiter, where the expected output is:
>>> ['1', '2', '3', '4', '', '5']
>> Valid point.
>> Well, all, stay tuned for yet another "yet another implementation..."
> While we're at it, it might be nice to be able to pass in more than
> delimiter: ('\t',' '). though maybe that only combination that I'd
> really want would be something and '\n', which I think is being
> specially already.
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