10 examples of 'def multiply(a, b): a * b' in Python

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8def multiply(a, b):
9 """
10 >>> multiply(4, 3)
11 12
12 >>> multiply('a', 3)
13 'aaa'
14 """
15 return a * b
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1304def multiply(a: T.FloatTensor, b: T.FloatTensor) -> T.FloatTensor:
1305 """
1306 Multiply tensor b with tensor a using broadcasting.
1307
1308 Args:
1309 a: A tensor
1310 b: A tensor
1311
1312 Returns:
1313 tensor: a * b
1314
1315 """
1316 return a * b
45def multiply(a, b):
46 print("MULTIPLYING %d * %d" % (a, b))
47 return a * b
111def MUL(a, b):
112 print "Multiplying %d * %d" % (a, b)
113 return a * b
534@export
535def mul(a, b):
536 return a * b
1210@mul.extend(Constant, Diagonal)
1211def mul(a, b): return Diagonal(a.constant * B.diag(b), *B.shape(a))
31def __mul__(a,b):
32 ibi = b.i
33 if (a.j & 1):
34 ibi = -ibi
35 ci = (a.i + ibi) % 3
36 cj = (a.j + b.j) % 4
37 c = T_t(ci, cj)
38 return c
315@_scal_inplace
316def mul_inplace(a, b):
317 """elementwise multiplication (inplace on `a`)"""
394def ParMult(A, B):
395 return _hypre.ParMult(A, B)
46def multiply(a: Image, b: Image)->Image:
47 return modules.images_internal.multiply(a, b)

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