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tf.compat.v1.flags.DEFINE_bool

Registers a boolean flag.

Aliases:

  • tf.compat.v1.app.flags.DEFINE_bool
  • tf.compat.v1.app.flags.DEFINE_boolean
  • tf.compat.v1.flags.DEFINE_boolean
tf.compat.v1.flags.DEFINE_bool(
    name,
    default,
    help,
    flag_values=_flagvalues.FLAGS,
    module_name=None,
    **args
)

Such a boolean flag does not take an argument. If a user wants to specify a false value explicitly, the long option beginning with 'no' must be used: i.e. --noflag

This flag will have a value of None, True or False. None is possible if default=None and the user does not specify the flag on the command line.

Args:

  • name: str, the flag name.
  • default: bool|str|None, the default value of the flag.
  • help: str, the help message.
  • flag_values: FlagValues, the FlagValues instance with which the flag will be registered. This should almost never need to be overridden.
  • module_name: str, the name of the Python module declaring this flag. If not provided, it will be computed using the stack trace of this call.
  • **args: dict, the extra keyword args that are passed to Flag init.