numpy.issubsctype() is used to determine if the first argument is a subclass of the second argument. If the first argument is a subclass of the second argument, it returns true, otherwise it returns false.
Syntax: numpy.issubsctype (arg1, arg2)
arg1, arg2: dtype or dtype specifier.
Return: [bool ] Boolean result.
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p > Output:
# Python program explaining
# numpy.issubsctype () function
# numpy import
numpy as geek
# argument selection
arg1 co de>
# output boolean
geek.issubsctype (arg1, arg2)
"Is the first argument subclass of the second argument:"
Is the first argument subclass of the second argument: False
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Is the first argument subclass of the second argument: True
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