Series.replace() is used to replace the values specified in to_replace , value. Series values are dynamically replaced with other values.
Syntax: Series.replace (to_replace = None, value = None, inplace = False, limit = None, regex = False, method = 'pad')
to_replace: How to find the values that will be replaced.
value: Value to replace any values matching to_replace with.
inplace: If True, in place.
limit: Maximum size gap to forward or backward fill.
regex: Whether to interpret to_replace and / or value as regular expressions
method: The method to use when for replacement, when to_replace is a scalar, list or tuple and value is None.
Returns: Object after replacement.
Example # 1: Use
Series.replace () to replace some of the values from a given Series object.
# import pandas as pd
pandas as pd
# Create series
# Create index
' Coca Cola '
# set index p >
# Print series
Now we will use
Series.replace () to replace old values with new ones mi.
Now we will use
Series.replace () to replace old values with new ones using cn source.
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As we can see from the output,
Series.replace () successfully replaced the old value with the new one using the list.
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