[Numpy-discussion] np.nonzero - order guarantees?
sebastian at sipsolutions.net
Tue Jul 28 11:45:07 EDT 2015
Yes, I think it is guaranteed C order in the results.
On Mon Jul 27 14:05:01 2015 GMT+0200, Matthew Brett wrote:
> `np.nonzero` for a 2D array `A` returns:
> row_inds, col_inds = np.nonzero(A)
> I notice that `row_inds` appears to be sorted by value, and `col_inds`
> appears to be sorted by value, within each row.
> Is this a guarantee of the `np.nonzero` function? If not, does this
> function guarantee any property of the returned indices, other than
> the correspondence of the row, column entries?
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