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NumPy char | greater method

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NumPy's np.char.greater(~) method takes as input two arrays of strings, and then performs a pair-wise string comparison to output a NumPy array of booleans.

Parameters

1. x1 | array-like

The first input array.

2. x2 | array-like

The second input array.

Return Value

A NumPy array of booleans.

Examples

np.char.greater(["a", "d", "e"], ["b", "c", "e"])
array([False, True, False])

Here, we are performing the following comparisons:

  • "a" > "b" (False)

  • "d" > "c" (True)

  • "e" > "e" (False)

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