 ## DAILY PYTHON PUZZLE: Python Division

What is the output of this code snippet?   x = 55 / 11 print(x) The majority of people solve this puzzle correctly. Even so, the first goal of this puzzle is to introduce the concept of variables. Python evaluates the result of the expression on the right side of the equation and stores it …

## Daily Python Puzzle: Basics of Boolean Logic

What is the output of this code snippet?   # Influential reddit users # in million karmas way_fairer = 2.7 StickleyMan = 2.3 _vargas_ = 2.3 smeeee = 1.3 a = way_fairer > StickleyMan b = StickleyMan < smeeee and a c = _vargas_ >= StickleyMan c = a and b or c and smeeee …

## Daily Python Puzzle: String Formatting

What is the output of this code snippet?   # The number of units per player units = {} units['Alice'] = 10 units['Bob'] = 15 x = 'Alice' y = 'Bob' d = units['Bob'] – units['Alice'] print('{} has {} units less than {}'.format(x,d,y)) The string format function is a useful feature that is new in … ## Daily Python Puzzle: Set, Lambda, and Filter

What is the output of this code snippet? # popular instagram accounts # (millions followers) inst = {"@instagram": 232, "@selenagomez": 133, "@victoriassecret": 59, "@cristiano": 120, "@beyonce": 111, "@nike": 76} # popular twitter accounts # (millions followers) twit = {"@cristiano": 69, "@barackobama": 100, "@ladygaga": 77, "@selenagomez": 56, "@realdonaldtrump": 48} inst_names = set(filter(lambda x: inst[x]&gt;60, inst.keys())) twit_names …

## Daily Python Puzzle: Parameter Passing

What is the output of this code snippet?   def depreciation1(asset_value, rate): asset_value = asset_value * rate def depreciation2(asset_values, rate): for i in range(len(asset_values)): asset_values[i] = asset_values[i] * rate asset_value = 10 depreciation1(asset_value, 0.9) print(asset_value) my_asset_values = [10, 100, 1000] depreciation2(my_asset_values, 0.9) print(int(my_asset_values)) This puzzle demonstrates that parameters are called by object in Python. What …