TimedeltaIndex.nbytes returns the number of bytes occupied by the TimedeltaIndex object.
Return: size of the object in bytes
Example # 1: Use the
TimedeltaIndex.nbytes attribute to find out the number of bytes used by the TimedeltaIndex object.
Now we will print the number of bytes taken by the tidx object.
As we see on output, the
TimedeltaIndex.nbytes attribute returned 40, which indicates that the tidx object is occupying this block of memory.
Example # 2: Use the attribute
TimedeltaIndex.nbytes to find out the nanosecond value for each record of the TimedeltaIndex object.
We will now print the number of bytes taken by the tidx object.
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As we can see from the output, the
TimedeltaIndex.nbytes attribute returned 24, indicating that the tidx object is occupying this block of memory.
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