[Numpy-discussion] how to create an array of objects that are sequences?
Fri Jan 4 12:58:40 CST 2008
On Fri, January 4, 2008 8:00 pm, Pearu Peterson wrote:
> On Fri, January 4, 2008 7:33 pm, Travis E. Oliphant wrote:
>> Pearu Peterson wrote:
>>> Say, one defines
>>> class A(tuple):
>>> def __repr__(self):
>>> return 'A(%s)' % (tuple.__repr__(self))
>>> and I'd like to create an array of A instances.
>> So, create an empty object array and insert the entries the way you want
>> a = np.empty(1,dtype=object)
>> a = A((1,2))
> Meantime I was reading arrayobject.c and it seems that
> before objects are checked for being sequences, their
> __array_interface__ is accessed (eg in Array_FromSequence,
> Would this provide a solution if the class A would define
> a property __array_interface__? I just don't know what
> the data field should be for an object.
Ok, I found a partial solution:
return 'A(%s)' % (tuple.__repr__(self))
obj = numpy.empty(1,dtype=object)
obj = self
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