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NumPy | splitlines method

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schedule Mar 9, 2022
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Numpy's splitlines(~) method splits each string in the input array by line-break.

Parameters

1. a | array-like

The input array whose strings you want converted to uppercase.

2. keepends | boolean | optional

Whether to include line-breaks. By default, keepends=False.

Return Value

A Numpy array of lists that contain the strings separated by line-break.

Examples

Basic usage

np.char.splitlines(["ab\ncd", "a\nb\nc"])
array([list(['ab', 'cd']), list(['a', 'b', 'c'])], dtype=object)

Notice how the return value is a Numpy array of lists containing the partitioned strings.

Specifying Keepends

np.char.splitlines("ab\ncd", keepends=True)
array(list(['ab\n', 'cd']), dtype=object)

Notice how the line break \n is kept.

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