From: Larry Evans (jcampbell3_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-27 23:37:55
Jeremy Siek wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, Larry Evans wrote:
> jcampb> What does:
> jcampb> mean? I would want it to mean:
> jcampb> A[0<=stride(1)<A.size(0)][3<=stride(1)<5]
> jcampb> where A.size(0) is the size of the 0-th dimension (or, in
> jcampb> apl parlance axis) of A.
> Yes, I agree, that is what it should mean.
Suppose C is rank 3. What would the following mean:
I would guess that it would be a rank 2 subarray since a scalar was used as
2nd index? What I uncertain about is when an expression denotes a
"script proxy thing" (see Jeremy'sMon, 26 Mar 2001 12:40:12 -0500 (EST) post)
or a subarray. If a proxy, then is scalar index valid? If a subarray, then
does the all apply to the 1st axis (which has length 3) or to the 2nd axis
of the subarray (which used to be the 3ird axis of C)?
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