tf.experimental.numpy.unicode_

str(object='') -> str

str(bytes_or_buffer[, encoding[, errors]]) -> str

Create a new string object from the given object. If encoding or errors is specified, then the object must expose a data buffer that will be decoded using the given encoding and error handler. Otherwise, returns the result of object.str() (if defined) or repr(object). encoding defaults to sys.getdefaultencoding(). errors defaults to 'strict'.

Methods

all

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.

any

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.

argmax

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.

argmin

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.

argsort

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.

astype

Not implemented (virtual attribute)

Class generic exists solely to derive numpy scalars from, and possesses, albeit unimplemented, all the attributes of the ndarray class so as to provide a uniform API.

See also the corresponding attribute of the derived class of interest.