I noticed the caveat for xvals, yvals, and zvals regarding the type:
CAVEAT: If you use the single argument piddle form (top row in the usage table) the output will have the same type as the input; this may give surprising results if, e.g., you have a byte array with a dimension of size greater than 256. To force a type, use the third form
Wouldn't it make more sense to have the default one-argument version use the
PDL_IND datatype? I think this would be better as it would fit with the
principle of least astonishment.
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