1-
Element indexing on a list or other sequence object with a range or set of indices doesn't return the right number of output arguments.
code :
x = py.list ({1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6});
x{1:3}
y = {x{1:3}}; |
current output :
y =
{
[1,1] =
{
[1,1] = 1
[1,2] = 2
[1,3] = 3
}
}
Is this the correct wanted output : y = [1.0 , 2.0 , 3.0] ?
i don't understand what is the problem here .
2 - Operate on Python objects using standard Octave arithmetic and logical operators
What python objects specifically is meant ?
List ? , so this means that i can do (list1 == list2) ? , or list1 + list2 ??
3- Load and save Python objects to Octave data files using the standard load/save commands
bug #45833
what is the steps to reproduce that bug , i need an example
and another example for load and save commands that works
correctly with normal octave objects.