numpy.inner (arr1, arr2)
: numpy.inner (arr1, arr2)
inner product of two arrays.
Parameters: arr1, arr2: array to be evaluated. Return: Inner product of the two arrays.
Code # 1:

Exit:
inner Product of scalar values: 20 inner Product: (7 + 22j)
Code # 2: like normal matrix multiplication

Exit:
inner Product: [[18 13] [34 37]] inner Product: [[18 34] [13 37]]
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