Pandas iloc printing whole row instead of cell value.

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Hi. I am trying to print a cell value in a python pandas dataframe using the below code:

print (df.iloc[0],[‘Name'])

But this is printing the whole row instead of the cell value.

Apr 8, 2019 in Python by Raj
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The syntax you are using is wrong. You have use iloc as if you are using a double dimension array so there should be no comma(,) between the indices.

Try this:

print (df.iloc[0][‘Name'])
answered Apr 8, 2019 by Hari

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