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NumPy | isalpha method

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Numpy's isalpha(~) method checks whether each string of the input array is alphabetical. Note that this extends to other languages as well.

Parameters

1. a | array-like

The input array.

Return value

If a is a scalar, then a single boolean is returned. Otherwise, a Numpy array of booleans is returned.

Examples

np.char.isalpha(["aNz", "", "2f", "*e", "私"])
array([ True, False, False, False, True])

Notice how 私, which is Chinese/Japanese, returned true.

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