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NAMEpdl2 - Simple shell (version 2) for PDL
%> pdl2 pdl> $a = sequence(10) # or any other perl or PDL command pdl> print "\$a = $a\n"; $a = [0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9]
DESCRIPTIONThe "pdl2" program, also known as the Perldl2 shell, is a second generation version of the original "perldl" interactive
If you have Devel::REPL version 1.003011 or later, then "pdl2" will start with full functionality. If Devel::REPL is not installed or found then "pdl2" will print a warning and run the legacy "perldl" shell command instead.
By default, command lines beginning with the default prompt of either "pdl2" or "perldl" (one of 'pdl> ', '
do_printToggle print-by-default on and off (default value: off)
By default, "pdl2" does not print the results of operations since the results can be very large (e.g., a small 640x480
pdl> $a = pdl(3,2) pdl> do_print 1 pdl> $a = pdl(3,2) $PDL1 = [3 2]; pdl> do_print pdl> $a = pdl(3,2)
- The maximal size pdls to print (defaults to 10000 elements). This is not just a "perldl" or "pdl2" variable but it is something that is usually needed in an interactive debugging session.