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Author taleinat
Recipients Arfrever, llllllllll, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka, steven.daprano, taleinat
Date 2015-06-09.19:17:03
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But for x = [1,2,3,4], how will x[y] work for all of the following values of y?

y = slice.literal[0]
y = slice.literal[1:2]
y = slice.literal[0:1, ..., 3]

NumPy's s_ "magic object" is a factory, returning objects of different types depending on the given input. If you want an actual slice.literal class, then you'll have to supply a way to convert it into an object usable for indexing/slicing, e.g.:

y = slice.literal[0:1]
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