numpy.ndarray.item() method, we can retrieve the data items that are found at the specified index in the numpy array. Remember that we can give the index as a one-dimensional parameter or it can be two-dimensional.
* args: Arguments ( variable number and type)
- & gt; none: This argument only works when size of an array is 1.
- & gt; int_type: This argument is interpreted as a flat index into the array, specifying which element to return.
- & gt; tuple of int_types: This argument is interpreted as a two dimensional array, by specifying which element to return.
Returns: Copy of an Item
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that by specifying an argument in
ndarray.item () , we can get an element if it exists in this index.
Example # 2:
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