DataFrame.empty checks if
is DataFrame. empty data empty or not. It returns
True if the info frame is empty, otherwise it returns
Syntax: DataFrame.empty p>
Example # 1: Use the
DataFrame.empty attribute to check if a given data frame is empty or not.
# import pandas as pd
pandas as pd
# Create DataFrame
# Create Index
# Set index
# Print DataFrame
Now we will use the
DataFrame attribute .empty to check if the given data frame is empty or not.
| tr> |
As we can see from the output, the
DataFrame.empty attribute in Returns
False indicating that this data frame is not empty.
Example # 2: Use the
DataFrame.empty attribute to check if the given data frame is empty or not.
We will now use the
DataFrame attribute. empty to check if the given data frame is empty or not.
| tr> |
As we can see in the output, the
DataFrame.empty attribute returned
True indicating that this data frame is empty. p>
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