[Numpy-discussion] Vectorize ufunc

Travis Oliphant oliphant@enthought....
Fri Aug 7 14:35:02 CDT 2009

The short answer is that it was easier this way.

The ufunc is created on the fly and it needs to know several things  
that are easy to get once the function is called.

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On Aug 7, 2009, at 11:42 AM, T J <tjhnson@gmail.com> wrote:

> I was wondering why vectorize doesn't make the ufunc available at the
> topmost level....
>>>> def a(x,y):  return x + y
>>>> b = vectorize(a)
>>>> b.reduce
> Instead, the ufunc is stored at b.ufunc.
> Also, b.ufunc.reduce() doesn't seem to exist until I *use* the
> vectorized function at least once.  Can this be changed so that it
> exists right away (and preferably at b.reduce instead of
> b.ufunc.reduce)?
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