[SciPy-user] Finding complex roots of complex polynomials in newscipy

Fernando Perez Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu
Sun Nov 13 02:52:41 CST 2005

Robert Kern wrote:

> The scipy.{integer,complexfloating,...} are the scalar type objects.
> Full arrays are instances of scipy.ndarray, not the scalar type objects.
> However, the arrays have the dtype attribute which should be one of
> these scalar type objects. You can check the inheritance of the scalar
> type objects using issubclass(), not isinstance().
> [From other email:]
>>OK, in that case the roots() call in scipy.polynomial needs fixing,
> It is now.

OK, thanks for the fix and the types clarifications.  As you can tell, I'm 
just starting to get up to speed with newcore/newscipy and I'm still a bit 
confused.  I'll get there, promise :)



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