NumPy 1D array creation with the copy option (Python 3 )
NumPy 1D array creation with the copy option
When creating NumPy arrays, the copy argument controls whether a copy of the input object is made or not. When copy is
True, any changes in the resulting array will not change the input object. However, if it is
False, changes in the array will change the input object.
Important to note: this copy argument is ignored with using a regular Python list as input, as can be seen in the example.
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