numpy.greater_equal(x1, x2[, out]) : checks whether x1 >= x2 or not.
x1, x2 : [array_like]Input arrays. If x1.shape != x2.shape, they must be broadcastable to a common shape out : [ndarray, boolean]Array of bools, or a single bool if x1 and x2 are scalars.
Boolean array indicating results, whether x1 is greater than x2 or not.
Code 1 :
Not equal : [ True False] Not equal : [[ True False] [ True False]] Is a greater_equal than b : [False True]
Code 2 :
Comparing float with int : [False True] Comparing float with int using .greater_equal() : [ True False]
Code 3 :
Comparing complex with int : [ True False] Comparing complex with int using .greater_equal() : [False True]
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