How to use 'concatenate tensors pytorch' in Python

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104def _flatten_tensors(tensors):
105 """Flatten tensors into a single contiguous 1D buffer"""
106 if len(tensors) == 1:
107 return tensors[0].contiguous().view(-1)
108 numels = [tensor.numel() for tensor in tensors]
109 size = sum(numels)
110 offset = 0
111 flat = tensors[0].new(size)
112 for tensor, numel in zip(tensors, numels):
113 flat.narrow(0, offset, numel).copy_(tensor, broadcast=False)
114 offset += numel
115 return flat
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