zeropad all the arrays to match the largest array in that file in python

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I have a file of arrays with different shapes. I want to zeropad all the arrays to match the largest array in that file. How do I do that?
May 29 in Python by anonymous
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You can try something like this:

import numpy as np
array  = [[None] * 10]*10
#print(array)
testarray = np.zeros((93,13))
for index,row in enumerate(array):
    for i in range(0,len(row)-1):
        testarray[index][i]= row[i]
answered May 29 by Wazeer

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