Le 12/06/2013 16:18, Nathaniel Smith a écrit :
Now imagine a new version of this page, if we add 'filled'. There will be a list at the top with functions named: empty filled ones zeros It's immediately obvious what all of these things do, and how they differ from each other, and in which situation you might want each, just from the names, even before you read the one-line synopses. Even more so if you know about the existence of np.fill(). The synopses for 'ones' and 'zeros' don't even have to change, they already use the word 'filled' to describe what they do. It all just works.
On 6/12/2013 10:49 AM, Pierre Haessig wrote:
I find the "docs would look nice and consistent" argument pretty convincing. +1 for np.filled.
In Maple and Mathematica, these are called constant arrays. Thus (?) another possible name is: np.constant