Determine whether the given object represents a scalar data-type in Python

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To determine whether the given object represents a scalar data-type, use the numpy.issctype() method. The method returns Boolean result of check whether rep is a scalar dtype. The first parameter is the rep. If rep is an instance of a scalar dtype, True is returned.If not, False is returned.

Steps

At first, import the required library −

import numpy as np

Using the issctype() method in Numpy −

print("Result...",np.issctype(np.int32))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.int64))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.dtype('str')))
print("Result...",np.issctype(100))
print("Result...",np.issctype(25.9))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.float32(22.3)))

Example

import numpy as np

# To determine whether the given object represents a scalar datatype, use the numpy.issctype() method
# The method returns Boolean result of check whether rep is a scalar dtype.
# The first parameter is the rep. If rep is an instance of a scalar dtype, True is returned.If not, False is returned.
print("Using the issctype() method in Numpy\n")

print("Result...",np.issctype(np.int32))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.int64))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.dtype('str')))
print("Result...",np.issctype(100))
print("Result...",np.issctype(25.9))
print("Result...",np.issctype(np.float32(22.3)))

Output

Using the issctype() method in Numpy

Result... True
Result... True
Result... True
Result... False
Result... False
Result... False
raja
Updated on 24-Feb-2022 10:51:59

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