numpy.bmat(obj, l_dict = None, g_dict = None) : Return specialised 2-D matrix from nested objects that can be string-like or array-like.
object : array-like or string l_dict : (dict, optional) replaces local operands, A dictionary that replaces local operands in current frame g_dict : (dict, optional) replaces global operands, A dictionary that replaces global operands in current frame.
2-D matrix from nested objects
Via bmat array like input : [[ 4 1 5 2] [22 1 5 2] [ 8 4 4 1] [ 6 6 22 1]] Via bmat string like input : [[ 4 1 5 2] [22 1 5 2] [ 4 1 4 1] [22 1 22 1]]
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