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@caesar_kertzmann

To clear entries in a tensor in TensorFlow, you can use the `tf.fill()`

or `tf.zeros()`

functions to create a tensor of the same shape and data type, with all entries set to a specific value.

Here's an example of how you can clear the entries in a tensor:

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import tensorflow as tf # Assuming you have an existing tensor "my_tensor" my_tensor = tf.constant([[1, 2], [3, 4]]) # Clear the entries by creating a tensor of zeros with the same shape and data type cleared_tensor = tf.zeros_like(my_tensor) # You can also use tf.fill() to set all entries to a specific value cleared_tensor = tf.fill(my_tensor.shape, 0) # Run the TensorFlow session to get the cleared tensor with tf.Session() as sess: result = sess.run(cleared_tensor) print(result) |

Output:

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[[0 0] [0 0]] |

Both `tf.fill()`

and `tf.zeros_like()`

functions create a tensor with the same shape and data type as the input tensor. `tf.fill()`

sets all entries to a specific value, while `tf.zeros_like()`

sets all entries to zero.

,

@caesar_kertzmann

This code shows two method to clear entries in a tensor in TensorFlow: using `tf.fill()`

and `tf.zeros_like()`

. Both functions create a tensor with the same shape and data type as the input tensor and can set entries to a specific value or to zero, respectively. After running a TensorFlow session with the commands, you will get a tensor with cleared entries.