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tf.compat.v1.executing_eagerly_outside_functions

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Returns True if executing eagerly, even if inside a graph function.

tf.compat.v1.executing_eagerly_outside_functions()

This function will check the outermost context for the program and see if it is in eager mode. It is useful comparing to tf.executing_eagerly(), which checks the current context and will return False within a tf.function body. It can be used to build library that behave differently in eager runtime and v1 session runtime (deprecated).

Example:

tf.compat.v1.enable_eager_execution() 
@tf.function 
def func(): 
  # A function constructs TensorFlow graphs, it does not execute eagerly, 
  # but the outer most context is still eager. 
  assert not tf.executing_eagerly() 
  return tf.compat.v1.executing_eagerly_outside_functions() 
func() 
<tf.Tensor: shape=(), dtype=bool, numpy=True> 

Returns:

boolean, whether the outermost context is in eager mode.