Python | Numpy np.assert_equal() method

With the help of np.assert_equal() method, we can get the assertion error when two objects are not equal by using np.assert_equal() method.

Syntax : np.assert_equal(actual, desired)
Return : Return assertion error if two object are unequal.

Example #1 :
In this example we can see that by using np.assert_equal() method, we are able to get the assertion error when two objects are not equal by using this method.

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# import numpy and assert_equal
import numpy as np
import numpy.testing as npt
  
# using np.assert_equal() method
gfg = npt.assert_equal([1, 2], [1, 2])
  
print(gfg)

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Output :

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Example #2 :

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# import numpy and assert_equal
import numpy as np
import numpy.testing as npt
  
# using np.assert_equal() method
gfg = npt.assert_equal([1, 2], [5, 2])
  
print(gfg)

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Output :

AssertionError:
Items are not equal:
item=0

ACTUAL: 1
DESIRED: 5

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