NumPy: Test whether all elements in an array evaluate to True
NumPy: Array Object Exercise-23 with Solution
Write a NumPy program to test whether all elements in an array evaluate to True.
Note: 0 evaluates to False in python.
import numpy as np print(np.all([[True,False],[True,True]])) print(np.all([[True,True],[True,True]])) print(np.all([10, 20, 0, -50])) print(np.all([10, 20, -50]))
False True False True
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