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pylab numpy zeros

I am rather new to python and loaded recent versions of numpy and pylab
on windowsxp.

It seems that the default dtype for zeros in pylab is None while in
numpy it is float. Is there a reason for this? It caused me some
difficulties.

For scientific computing, is there a recommended set of packages that
one can (from package import *) producing minimal overlap and maximum
utility.
Nov 5 '07 #1
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