Programming

Using Python Map()

Using the Python ‘map()’ Function to Process a List, With Examples

This article will explain the map() function in Python and show you how to use it. The Python map() function applies a given function for all items in an iterable (iterables are things like lists, dictionaries, sets, or tuples – collections containing items that can be looped over). The syntax… Read More »Using the Python ‘map()’ Function to Process a List, With Examples

Using Python reduce()

Using the Python ‘reduce()’ Function to Aggregate Data, With Examples

This article will show you how to use the Python reduce() function to aggregate data from values in an iterable (iterables are things like lists, dictionaries, sets, or tuples – collections containing items that can be looped over) and reduce them to a single accumulated value. The code and examples… Read More »Using the Python ‘reduce()’ Function to Aggregate Data, With Examples

TypeScript Vs JavaScript

TypeScript Vs JavaScript – What’s the Difference & Which Should You Use?

This article will discuss the differences between typescript and JavaScript, the problems they solve, and which is best to use. I really like TypeScript, and I use it a lot. It solves so many of JavaScript’s problems and makes writing good JavaScript code much easier (once… Read More »TypeScript Vs JavaScript – What’s the Difference & Which Should You Use?