Using the numpy.core.fromrecords()
method we can create an array of records using a list of individual records using numpy.core.fromrecords ()
.
Syntax:
numpy.core.fromrecords ([(tup1), (tup2)], metadata)
Return: Return the record of an array.
Example # 1:
In this example, we can see that using numpy.core.fromrecords ()
, we can get an array of records using individual list entries.

Output:
(101, 'Jitender', 21)
< strong> Example # 2:

Output:
['Jitender' 'Deepak']
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