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NumPy | expandtabs method

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Numpy's expandtabs(~) method replaces all instances of "\t" with the specified number of spaces.

Parameters

1. tabsize | int

The desired number of whitespaces to replace the "\t"s by. By default, tabsize=8.

Return value

A copy of each string element with tabs replaced with the specified number of spaces.

Examples

np.char.expandtabs("\t")
array('        ', dtype='<U8')

Here, we have 8 whitespaces.

np.char.expandtabs("\t", tabsize=2)
array(' ', dtype='<U2')

Here, we have 2 whitespaces.

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