I am trying to rewrite some MATLAB/Octave code in Python, and I don't know what would be the nicest or most intuitive way of writing
octave:10> dt = 0.1; octave:12> T = 0:dt:1 T = 0.00000 0.10000 0.20000 0.30000 0.40000 0.50000 0.60000 0.70000 0.80000 0.90000 1.00000 octave:15> dt = 0.17; octave:16> T = 0:dt:1 T = 0.00000 0.17000 0.34000 0.51000 0.68000 0.85000
which creates a discretization of the interval [0, 1] with step 0.1, as it's seen. I referred to the NumPy/MATLAB mathesaurus and it uses
arange function, but it's not suitable for non-integer values as it's stated in the documentation and shown in this SO question. On the other hand, playing with
linspace is not appealing to me because it takes care of endpoints, not spacing.
Which would be a straight-forward, one-line way of doing this in Python?