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Printing a list: The list is not printed according to the user’s requirement. They are always printed in unwanted square brackets and single quotes. But there is a trivial solution to print the list efficiently by using the string’s join method. The join method turns the list into a string by casting each item into a string and connecting them with the string that joins was called on.
print('List by using join method: %s'%', '.join(geek))
# Direct use of join method
print('Direct apply the join method:',(", ".join(geek)))
Simple List: ['Geeks', 'Programming', 'Algorithm', 'Article']
List by using join method: Geeks, Programming, Algorithm, Article
Direct apply the join method: Geeks, Programming, Algorithm, Article
Explanation: [iter(geek)] * 2 produces a list containing 2 items of geek list, i.e. a list of length 2. *arg unpacks a sequence into arguments for a function call. Therefore we are passing the same iterator 2 times to zip().
Printing more than one list’s items simultaneously
list1 =[1, 3, 5, 7]
list2 =[2, 4, 6, 8]
# Here zip() function takes two equal length list and merges them
# together in pairs
fora, b inzip(list1,list2):
Take the string as input and convert it into the list:
# Reads a string from input and type case them to int
# after splitting to white-spaces
formatted_list =list(map(int, input().split()))
2 4 5 6
[2, 4, 5, 6]
Convert the list of list into a single list
# import the itertools
# Declaring the list geek
geek =[[1, 2], [3, 4], [5, 6]]
# chain.from_iterable() function returns the
# elements of nested list
# and iterate from first list
# of iterable till the last
# end of the list
[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
Printing the repeated characters: The task is to print the pattern like this Geeeeekkkkss. So we can easily print this pattern without using it for a loop.
# + used for string concatenation
# To repeat the character n times, just multiply n
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