Numpy ndarray .__ ilshift __ () method, we can get the left offset of the elements by the value provided as a parameter in
numpy.ndarray .__ ilshift __ () .
Syntax: ndarray .__ ilshift __ ($ self, value, /)
Return: strong > self & lt; & lt; = value
Note: please install the numpy python module to perform the following task. Run the below command on the command line while connected to the Internet.
pip install numpy
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that each element is shifted to the left by the value passed as a parameter to
ndarray .__ ilshift __ () .
p > Exit:
# import important module into python
numpy as np
# make an array with NumPy
# applying the ndarray method .__ ilshift __ ()
( gfg .__ ilshift __ (
[4 8 12 16 20]
Example # 2: strong>
[[2 4 6 8 10] [12 10 8 6 4]]
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