Get One Dimensional Array Using Slice and Only Positive Indexes | Indexing and Slicing

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# NumPy in a Nutshell

NumPy in a Nutshell

## Get One Dimensional Array Using Slice and Only Positive Indexes

Let's examine the syntax of slicing: `array[start:end:step]`, where:

• `start` is the index from which the slicing begins;
• `end` is the index at which the slicing concludes (note that this index is not included);
• `step` is the parameter that specifies the intervals between the indices.

Consider the following array: `[11, 5, 87, 1, 44, 11, 6, 0, -5]`.
You need to obtain the following array: `[87, 11, -5]`.
Use a slice with ONLY NON-NEGATIVE `start`, `end`, and `step` values.

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Course Content

# NumPy in a Nutshell

NumPy in a Nutshell

## Get One Dimensional Array Using Slice and Only Positive Indexes

Let's examine the syntax of slicing: `array[start:end:step]`, where:

• `start` is the index from which the slicing begins;
• `end` is the index at which the slicing concludes (note that this index is not included);
• `step` is the parameter that specifies the intervals between the indices.

Consider the following array: `[11, 5, 87, 1, 44, 11, 6, 0, -5]`.
You need to obtain the following array: `[87, 11, -5]`.
Use a slice with ONLY NON-NEGATIVE `start`, `end`, and `step` values.