vinogri at mcmaster.ca
Sat May 6 00:00:59 CEST 2006
> There are those of us that need NaNs in production code, so it
> would have to be something that could be configured. I find
> that in my programs the places where I need to do something
> "exceptional" with a NaN are very limited. The vast majority
> of the time, I need them to propagate quietly.
Our programming expectations may differ, but an option to catch NaNs as
an exception is a great idea.
More information about the Python-list