numpy.not_equal (x1, x2 [, out]): checks if two elements are unequal or not.
x1, x2: [array_like] Input Array whose elements we want to check out: strong > [ndarray, optional] Output array that returns True / False. A placeholder the same shape as x1 to store the result.
Not equal: [False True] Not equal: [[False True] [False True]]
Comparing complex with int using .not_equal (): [True False]
Comparing float with int using .not_equal (): [True True]
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