How do I trim extra zeros from a 2D array in python?

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How do I trim extra zeros from a 2D array in python?
May 29 in Python by Laksha
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Hey @Laksha, you can try something like this:

>>> np.array([sub[~(sub == 0)].tolist() for sub in a if sub[sub != 0].tolist()])
array([[4, 1, 2], [3, 6]], dtype=object)
>>> 
answered May 29 by Yamini

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