Using the numpy.lookfor()
method, we can get information about a module in numpy using numpy.lookfor ()
.
Syntax:
numpy.lookfor (module_name)
Return: Return the information about the module.
Example # 1:
In this example we see that with numpy.lookfor ()
we can get information about the module.
Exit:
Search results for `isin`
————— ———
numpy.isinf
Test elementwise for positive or negative infinity.
numpy.compat.is_pathlib_path
Check whether obj is a pathlib.Path object.
numpy.isin
Calculates `element in test_elements`, broadcasting over` element` only.
Example # 2:


Output:
Search results for `isdigit`
————————
numpy.bytes0.isdigit
B.isdigit ()  & gt; bool
numpy.str0.isdigit
S.isdigit ()  & gt; bool
numpy.chararray
chararray (shape, itemsize = 1, unicode = False, buffer = None, offset = 0,
numpy.char.isdigit
Returns true for each element if all characters in the string are
numpy.chararray.isdigit
Returns true for each element if all characters in the string are
None
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