NumPy | Python Methods and Functions

With the ` `

method, we can compare each element of one matrix to another, or we can provide the axis on which we want to apply the comparison if any element matches this it returns true ** Numpy numpy.matrix.any () **

Syntax:`numpy.matrix.any()`

Return:Return true if any match found else false

** Example # 1: **

In this example, we see that using the ` matrix.any () `

method we can compare any two matrices that have different sizes, and if ` matrix.any () `

any match, return true.

` ` |

** Exit:**

True

** Pr Number 2: **

` ` |

** Exit: **

True

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