Wierd print function

007_agent report abuse

Guys, I'm a Python learner and sometimes I meet code examples where the output is formed not by usual print() function but by some weird pprint() function. Can somebody explain to me please, what does it mean and why it is used?


PyAnto report abuse

Hi @007_agent

Do you have some additional information...

  1. The first what I want to ask you is about the dimension of the convolutional core you are applying to the image.
  2. The second question is whether you are using the padding to your images?
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