rtw at rtw.me.uk
Fri Apr 1 23:16:02 CEST 2011
vm wrote in news:in4m1u$hsc$1 at news2.carnet.hr in
> def fun1(params_used_below_except_lk_and_lk2):
> lk = 0.0
> lk2 = 0.0
> for raw_data, hist, freq in raw_data_hist_list:
> lk2 = lk2 + fun2(some_constants_and_params_from_this_scope)
> q = fun2(same_args_as_before)
> lk = lk + q
> print lk, lk2
> For some set of input parameters, This function with specific input
> prints out the same constant twice (as expected):
> 15377.7424582 15377.7424582 (twice the same value)
> If I comment out lines q = fun2.... and lk = lk + q, fun1, with the
> same parameters, prints:
> 0.0 3.3469936856
> First value is expected, but I cannot understand how come the second
> value is different in these two cases!
Clearly the value returned by fun2 (get_beta_func_fit_quality_hist_lk)
is different the second time you call it.
So it either depends on and modifies a global or a value referenced or
contained in one of the arguments.
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