numpy.repeat() in Python

The numpy.repeat() function repeats the elements of an array.



The numpy.repeat() function consists of three parameters, which are as follows:

a: This parameter represents the input array.

repeats: This parameter represents the number of repetitions for each element. 

axis: It signifies the axis along which to repeat the values. By default, it uses the flattened input array, and returns a flat output array.


This function returns the output array (ndarray) which has the same shape as parameter ‘a’, except along the given axis.

Example 1



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