With the Numpy method with numpy.ndarray .__ ne __ () we can determine which element of the array is not equals to the value specified in the parameter. It will return you an empty boolean array with only True and False values.
Syntax: ndarray .__ ne __ ($ self, value, /)
Return: self! = value
Example # 1:
In this example, we can see that after applying numpy .__ ne __ ()
we get a simple boolean array that can tell us which element in the array is not equal to an element of the supplied parameter.

Output:
[True True True False True True]
Example # 2:

Exit:
[[True True True False True True] [True True False True True True]]
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