[Numpy-discussion] printing of array and leading white space ?
Sun Jun 27 16:33:34 CDT 2010
I don't know precisely how the decision is made, but in general one
needs the pad spaces for printing arrays with > 1 row.
2010/6/26 Vincent Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> This is a little strange and I am not sure what is going on. Look at
> the number of spaced before the first number in the array.
>>>> x = np.array([629.54440098249688162, 26186.5470310494529258 ])
> array([ 629.54440098249688162, 26186.5470310494529258 ])
> 3 spaces before 629.544...
>>>> x = np.array([629.54440098249688162, 2634186.5470310494529258 ])
> array([ 6.29544400982496882e+02, 2.63418654703104962e+06])
> 2 spaces
> There are many different ways experiment, and I assume that the spaces
> are there to help the printed array look better. The 3 spaces are not
> there is the second digit is shorter. The thing is I can't think of an
> example where the 3 spaces are needed. Is there an example?
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