numpy.core.defchararray.multiply (arr, n): Enters the first letter of the string element by element.
arr: array-like or string.
Returns: Capitalized first letter of the string.
Code # 1:
arr1: [`eAAAaeAAAa`,` ttttdsttttds`, `AAtAAt`] arr2: [` 11sf`, `sdsf2`,` 1111f2`] Arrays after using capitalize (): arr1: [`Eaaaaeaaaa`` Ttttdsttttds` `Aataat`] arr2: [` 11sf` `Sdsf2`` 1111f2`]
Code # 2:
Output: str ong>
arr1: this is geeks arr2: for geeks Arrays after using capitalize (): arr1: This is geeks arr2: For geeks
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