|Subject:||Re: A bug in containers.Map|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Jun 2020 20:36:30 +0200|
On 6/19/20 4:46 AM, Nicholas Jankowski wrote:
> containers.Map(['foo';'bar';'baz'], [1,2])
> * In octave it creates the map with one key (the first row "foo").
> This key has a value of [1,2]. if you tried to access the map
> with a key that equals another row ("bar" or "baz"), it will
> raise an error that there is no such key.
> * In MATLAB online (I don't have access to the PC version), it
> raises an error that the number of keys and values is not the same.
> trying it out in Matlab 2020a:
> >> containers.Map(['foo';'bar';'baz'], [1,2])
> Error using containers.Map
> The number of keys and values must be the same.
> generally, it's not an error for Octave to do things that Matlab
> doesn't. I don't know enough about this function to know what it should
> do and if allowing creation of the map _should_ be an error. But if that
> is problematic, it could be a bug worth reporting.
Abdallah, thanks for the observation. I opened a bug report about it
. It should not be too difficult to fix it. Do you want to give it
a try (short project)?
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