# Can you explain to me this code written in Tensorflow? [closed]

I have found this part of code, but I do not actually know how it works. Because I am new to Tensorflow, I do not know it. Can anybody help me and explain it to me?

init = tf.global_variables_initializer()
steps = 5
epochs = 500

with tf.Session() as sess:

sess.run(init)
for j in range(epochs):
ind = 0
for i in range(steps):

x_curr = next_batch(ind)

_,val,delt,w = sess.run([train,UT,delta,W],feed_dict = {features:x_curr.reshape([price_tick_count+time_steps,1])})
obj.append(val)

ind = ind + price_tick_count + time_steps
print(val)


I just know this is related to reinforcement learning, but I do not know what the parameters _, val, delt and w are. As what we have in reinforcement learning, we should maximize the amount of value, but how can we justify here in this code?

This is what I got from the manual : The value returned by run() has the same shape as the fetches argument, where the leaves are replaced by the corresponding values returned by TensorFlow.

sess.run(fetches, feed_dict=None, options=None, run_metadata=None)

Example:

python
a = tf.constant([10, 20])
b = tf.constant([1.0, 2.0])
# 'fetches' can be a singleton
v = session.run(a)
# v is the numpy array [10, 20]
# 'fetches' can be a list.
v = session.run([a, b])
# v is a Python list with 2 numpy arrays: the 1-D array [10, 20] and the
# 1-D array [1.0, 2.0]
# 'fetches' can be arbitrary lists, tuples, namedtuple, dicts:
MyData = collections.namedtuple('MyData', ['a', 'b'])
v = session.run({'k1': MyData(a, b), 'k2': [b, a]})
# v is a dict with
# v['k1'] is a MyData namedtuple with 'a' (the numpy array [10, 20]) and
# 'b' (the numpy array [1.0, 2.0])
# v['k2'] is a list with the numpy array [1.0, 2.0] and the numpy array
# [10, 20].