why not arrays?
tjreedy at udel.edu
Thu Dec 16 18:15:10 CET 2004
"Scott David Daniels" <Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org> wrote in message
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> We know of three implementations of arrays now: the "array" module,
This module for mutable linear homogeneous arrays is already included in
Python since long ago. It does not compete with the next two.
> the "numpy" implementation, and the "numarray" implementation.
Numpy is the original multidimensional array numerical computation package
from about a decade ago. As far as I know, it is no longer being
supported/upgraded. However, it is still used be other packages that
Numarray is a newer package that I believe is intended to replace numpy and
which has only recently reached perhaps the same level of stability.
Terry J. Reedy
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