# xorbits.numpy.nested_iters#

xorbits.numpy.nested_iters(op, axes, flags=None, op_flags=None, op_dtypes=None, order='K', casting='safe', buffersize=0)#

Create nditers for use in nested loops

Create a tuple of nditer objects which iterate in nested loops over different axes of the op argument. The first iterator is used in the outermost loop, the last in the innermost loop. Advancing one will change the subsequent iterators to point at its new element.

Parameters
• op (ndarray or sequence of array_like) – The array(s) to iterate over.

• axes (list of list of int) – Each item is used as an “op_axes” argument to an nditer

• flags – See nditer parameters of the same name

• op_flags – See nditer parameters of the same name

• op_dtypes – See nditer parameters of the same name

• order – See nditer parameters of the same name

• casting – See nditer parameters of the same name

• (optional) (buffersize) – See nditer parameters of the same name

Returns

iters – An nditer for each item in axes, outermost first

Return type

tuple of nditer

Examples

Basic usage. Note how y is the “flattened” version of [a[:, 0, :], a[:, 1, 0], a[:, 2, :]] since we specified the first iter’s axes as [1]

```>>> a = np.arange(12).reshape(2, 3, 2)
>>> i, j = np.nested_iters(a, [[1], [0, 2]], flags=["multi_index"])
>>> for x in i:
...      print(i.multi_index)
...      for y in j:
...          print('', j.multi_index, y)
(0,)
(0, 0) 0
(0, 1) 1
(1, 0) 6
(1, 1) 7
(1,)
(0, 0) 2
(0, 1) 3
(1, 0) 8
(1, 1) 9
(2,)
(0, 0) 4
(0, 1) 5
(1, 0) 10
(1, 1) 11
```

Warning

This method has not been implemented yet. Xorbits will try to execute it with numpy.

This docstring was copied from numpy.