[Numpy-discussion] unittest for np.random.poisson with lambda=0
seb.haase at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 03:30:55 EST 2009
maybe this is an obsolete concern,
but at some point in the past
N.random.poisson would not always return 0 for lambda being zero.
(My post at the time should be in the (numarray) list archive)
So the question is, is this still a valid concern for the current numpy?
Could there a unittest added that does something like this:
>>> a=N.random.poisson(0, 10000)
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