Am I right there’s no “easy” way to broadcast the ternary operator? E.g.
x = [0,1,2]
@. x==0 ? 0. : 1/x #this doesn't work
Of course, its easy enough to write the code yourself,
broadcast(x->(x==0 ? 0. : 1/x), [0,1,2])
But is there any way to do this more nicely already? Or is this a feature people would want?
What about broadcasting
Ah did not know about that built-in, that’s basically exactly the nicer way to do it. Thanks!
I use an inline for loop and collect the result in an array
[x ==0 ? 0. : 1/x for x in [0,1,2]]
How does it work: “broadcasting ifelse”
in a simpel way?
The solution above would be, e.g.:
julia> x = [0,1,2]
julia> @. ifelse(x==0, 0., 1/x)