Python

Python accumulate()

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

This article will detail how to use the ‘accumulate()’ function in Python and provide some easy-to-follow example code. The accumulate() function in Python will process an iterable (iterables are things like lists, dictionaries, sets, or tuples – collections containing items which can be looped over) – returning the… Read More »Using the Python ‘accumulate()’ Function to Aggregate Data, With Examples

Using Python filter()

Using the Python ‘filter()’ Function to Filter a List, with Examples

This article will cover the syntax and usage of the filter function. It will work for both Python 2 and Python 3. The filter function in Python takes an iterable (iterables are things like lists, dictionaries, sets, or tuples – collections containing items that can be looped over) and checks… Read More »Using the Python ‘filter()’ Function to Filter a List, with Examples

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