Python | Numpy fromrecords() method

With the help of numpy.core.fromrecords() method, we can create the record array by using the list of individual records by using numpy.core.fromrecords() method.

Syntax : numpy.core.fromrecords([(tup1), (tup2)], metadata)

Return : Return the record of an array.



Example #1 :

In this example we can see that using numpy.core.fromrecords() method, we are able to get to get the record array by using individual records of list.

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# import numpy
import numpy as np
  
# using numpy.core.fromrecords() method
gfg = np.core.records.fromrecords([(101, 'Jitender', 21),
                                    (102, 'Deepak', 20)], 
                            names = 'Rollno, Name, Age')
  
print(gfg[0])

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Output :

(101, ‘Jitender’, 21)

Example #2 :

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# import numpy
import numpy as np
  
# using numpy.core.fromrecords() method
gfg = np.core.records.fromrecords([(101, 'Jitender', 21),
                                    (102, 'Deepak', 20)],
                             names = 'Rollno, Name, Age')
  
print(gfg.Name)

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Output :

[‘Jitender’ ‘Deepak’]



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