Limiting NumPy array values within a specific range - how to do it?

I’ve come across the concept of limiting the values of an array, where you can limit the elements of an array to a specific range of maximum and minimum values (for e.g: limiting all the values in the array to be between 2-4), but I couldn’t find any simple code example of it on the net, can anyone give me a briefing on this concept using a simple example code snippet?

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You can apply lower and upper limits to every element in a NumPy array using boolean indexing which is also easy to understand. Here’s an example:

In the given code, conditions are created using the lower_limit and upper_limit variables, and boolean indexing is used to adjust any values in the array that are below the lower limit to the lower limit value, and any values above the upper limit to the upper limit value.

I hope this code helps you and makes you understand the concept better!