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I"m curious, whether there is any way to print formatted
numpy.arrays, e.g., in a way similar to this:
x = 1.23456 print "%.3f" % x
If I want to print the
numpy.array of floats, it prints several decimals, often in "scientific" format, which is rather hard to read even for low-dimensional arrays. However,
numpy.array apparently has to be printed as a string, i.e., with
%s. Is there a solution for this?
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