Index.all() checks if all items are in index true or not. Returns a single boolean value if no axis is specified. It returns true if every single value in the index is true. It returns false if any of the values in the index are invalid.
Note: it treats 0 as false.
Syntax: Index.all (* args, ** kwargs)
* args: These parameters will be passed to numpy.all
** kwargs: These parameters will be passed to numpy.all
Returns: all: bool or array_like (if axis is specified)
A single element array_like may be converted to bool.
Example # 1: Use
Index.all () to check if all values in the index are true.
Let`s check if all the values in the index are correct or not.
As we can see in the output, the function returned true, indicating that all values in the index are correct.
Example # 2: Use
Index.all () to check if all values in the index are true. We have about 0 values in the index.
Let`s check if all the values in the index are true or whether they also have false values.
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