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 Use ~a.isin on an integer or float ?

isin seems to only work on strings and not
integer or float. How do I work around that,
where it works integer and floats too ?

Please advise !
What is isin? It would be helpful if you at least provided a minimal, but complete code sample that demonstrates the problem.
I assume that .isin is from pandas.

It works on integers just fine:

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> df = pd.DataFrame({'nums': (*range(3),), 'chars': (*'abc',)})
>>> df[~df.nums.isin([1, 2])]
    nums	chars
0	   0	    a
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