Is it possible to trap non-floating point exceptions? For example, I
store strings in ndarrays as objects, but I would like the result of
invalid operations to be None.
from numpy import *
a = array(["a", "b"], dtype=object)
b = array(["A", None], dtype=object)
print a + b
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\workspace\AlphaExplorer\ae1\test\_fiddle.py", line 225, in ?
print a + b
TypeError: cannot concatenate 'str' and 'NoneType' objects
I have tried seterr() and seterrcall(), but these are not triggered
(which did not surprise me because the documentation says they are used
for floating point exceptions).
Of course I can always write my own ufunc, but if a better way exists...
def f(a, b):
if a is None or b is None:
return a + b
print vectorize(f, otypes=[object])(a, b)
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