[Numpy-discussion] Shape (z,0)
Fri Nov 28 03:50:17 CST 2008
>>> import numpy as np
>>> x = np.ones((3,0))
array(, shape(3,0), dtype=float64)
To preempt, I'm not really concerned with the answer to: Why would
anyone want to do this?
I just want to know what is happening. Especially, with
>>> x[0,:] = 5
(which works). It seems that nothing is really happening here...given
that, why is it allowed? Ie, are there reasons for not requiring the
shape dimensions to be greater than 0?
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