An interval package for Python.
Pyinter is a small and simple library written in Python for performing interval and discontinous range arithmetic.
>>> pyinter.openclosed(1.1, 12) (1.1, 12] >>> discontinous_range = pyinter.IntervalSet([pyinter.closedopen(5, 10), pyinter.closed(22, 23)]) >>> discontinous_range IntervalSet([5, 10), [22, 23]) >>> 7 in discontinous_range True >>> 10 in discontinous_range False # This isn't in the range as it is an open interval which doesn't include its end points
To install Pyinter, simply:
$ pip install pyinter
Or, if you absolutely must:
$ easy_install pyinter
But I’m told you really shouldn’t do that.
Documentation is available at http://pyinter.readthedocs.org.
Contributions or suggestions for improvements are welcome.
copy()to create new
Intervalinstances with the same bounds and values as the
Intervaland add tests for it!
&in the documentation.
empty()to detect empty
__all__list so that you can
from pyinter import *.
add()function to the
IntervalSetclass. This will add (union) an Interval inplace. (similarly to
IntervalSetis now added Interval by Interval so that initialising with overlapping intervals works as expected.