Hello,

Does the tuple of ints size (3,) correspond to a tensor of size 3?

If so, why for example in the

torch.randint(3, 5, (3,))

I cannot call it like

torch.randint(3, 5, 3)?

What exactly does the (3,) represent?

Thanks

Hello,

Does the tuple of ints size (3,) correspond to a tensor of size 3?

If so, why for example in the

torch.randint(3, 5, (3,))

I cannot call it like

torch.randint(3, 5, 3)?

What exactly does the (3,) represent?

Thanks

It does stand for a tensor of `torch.Size([3])`

.

I think it makes it a bit easier in the backend to always pass tuples in unpacking the dimensions.

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