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numpy.greater() in Python
• Last Updated : 04 Dec, 2020

The numpy.greater() checks whether x1 is greater than x2 or not.
Syntax :

```numpy.greater(x1, x2[, out])
```

Parameters :

```x1, x2 : [array_like]Input arrays. If x1.shape != x2.shape, they must be
out    : [ndarray, boolean]Array of bools, or a single bool if x1 and x2 are scalars.
```

Return :

```Boolean array indicating results, whether x1 is greater than x2 or not.
```

Code 1 :

 `# Python Program illustrating``# numpy.greater() method``  ` `import` `numpy as geek `` ` `a  ``=` `geek.greater([``8.``, ``2.``], [``5.``, ``3.``])``print``(``"Not equal : \n"``, a, ``"\n"``)`` ` `b ``=` `geek.greater([``2``, ``2``], [[``1``, ``3``],[``1``, ``4``]])``print``(``"Not equal : \n"``, b, ``"\n"``)`` ` `a ``=` `geek.array([``4``,``2``])``b ``=` `geek.array([``6``,``2``])`` ` `print``(``"Is a greater than b : "``, a > b)`

Output :

```Not equal :
[ True False]

Not equal :
[[ True False]
[ True False]]

Is a greater than b :  [False False]
```

Code 2 :

 `# Python Program illustrating``# numpy.greater() method``   ` `import` `numpy as geek `` ` `# Here we will compare Float with int values``a ``=` `geek.array([``1.1``, ``1``])``b ``=` `geek.array([``1``, ``2``])``  ` `# indicating 1.1 is greater than 1``print``(``"Comparing float with int : "``, a < b)`` ` `# indicating 1.1 is greater than 1``d  ``=` `geek.greater(a, b)``print``(``"\n Comparing float with int using  .greater() : "``, d)`

Output :

```Comparing float with int :  [False  True]

Comparing float with int using  .greater() :  [ True False]
```

Code 3 :

 `# Python Program illustrating``# numpy.greater() method``   ` `import` `numpy as geek `` ` `# Here we will compare Complex values with int ``a ``=` `geek.array([``1j``,``2``])``b ``=` `geek.array([``1``,``2``])``  ` `# indicating 1j is greater than 1``print``(``"Comparing complex with int : "``, a < b)`` ` `# indicating 1j is greater than 1``d  ``=` `geek.greater(a, b)``print``(``"\nComparing complex with int using .greater() : "``, d)`

Output :

```Comparing complex with int :  [ True False]

Comparing complex with int using .greater() :  [False False]
```

Note :
These codes wonβt run on online-ID. Please run them on your systems to explore the working
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