PyTorch is an open-source Python-based library. It provides high flexibility and speed while building, training, and deploying deep learning models.
At its core, PyTorch involves operations involving tensors. A tensor is a number, vector, matrix, or any n-dimensional array.
In this article, we will see different ways of creating tensors using PyTorch tensor methods (functions).
It returns a tensor when
data is passed to it.
data can be a scalar, tuple, a list, or a NumPy array.
In the above example, a NumPy array created using
Pointers are arguably the most difficult feature of C to understand. But, it is one of the features which make C an excellent language. In a series of articles, we will take a closer look at pointers and how they can be used in C programming.
0. What exactly are pointers?
1. Pointer Notation and Definition
2. Some Special Pointers
3. Pointer Arithmetic
Before we go to the definition of pointers, let us understand what happens when we write
int digit = 42;
A block of memory is reserved by the compiler to hold an
int value. The name of…
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