a = [[1, 2], [3, 4]] b = a[0,0] c = a
the result of b is 1 as expected
the expected result of c is the first vector in a, [1,2], but instead is:
'Index out of range'
Could we access a multidimensional element using one of the following?
c = a[0,] c = a
What were the results you expected to receive for b and c?
Thanks Matt, just updated the first post. Looking to get the first vector ([1,2]) like you would get the first pose in a list of poses.
What is the language you used for this example? It looks like it is python
The issue I see is with array b not c. to get a specific value in python, you have to declare as b=a, not as a[0,0].
The array c might be initialized to a size 1 or 0. I would check for an issue on your code because the ‘Index out of range’ is an error message from the python side.
check this example:
Ooh appreciate your response but this in URScript. Believe me I would also like slicing and negative indexing like in python but I’ll settle for the basic features for now haha.
Give it a try using the new matrix/multidimensional array functionality in SW 5.9 and see what you get.
Derp, I completely skipped over the part where you said URScript on the first post. My bad, .