Am 25.10.2018 um 08:38 schrieb oleg_komashko(a)ukr.net:
series sin = normal()
Maybe gretl should be stricter in not allowing built-in function names
as identifiers. (Again, I think that was discussed before with the
conclucsion that it's not a problem per se.)
series y = sin(1)
# y is described as lag of 'sin'
Good catch, this is the bug.
# i.e. y is a constant series, its values are equal to sin(1)
This is expected
BTW, here's something else:
series y = normal()
series y = y[-1]
...gives NAs (note the square brackets, on purpose). I think it should
give an error.