Mon Dec 7 03:36:12 CST 2009
su, 2009-12-06 kello 23:01 -0800, Fernando Perez kirjoitti:
> 2009/12/6 josef.pktd <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> >>>> np.equal(np.arange(5),'a')
> > NotImplemented
> Why is NotImplemented a *return* value? Normally NotImplementedError
> is a raised exception, but if it's not implemented, it shouldn't be
> returned as a value.
Maybe it is so because some code paths are shared with the == operation?
But in any case, NotImplemented should never be returned to the user --
I believe it's only meant to be an internal value used in determining
the proper comparison operation between values.
A bug ticket should be filed for this, I believe.
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