Python Tuple Comprehension Doesn’t Exist – Use This Instead

Python has list comprehension and dictionary comprehension as a concise way to create a list or a dictionary by modifying an existing iterable. Python also has generator expressions that allow you to create an iterable by modifying and potentially filtering each element in another iterable and passing the result in a function, for instance. Does … Read more

La forma más pitónica de comparar dos listas en Python

Problema: Se dan dos listas l1 y l2. Quieres realizar una de las siguientes acciones: 1. Comparación booleana: comparar las listas por elementos y devolver True si la métrica de comparación devuelve True para todos los pares de elementos y False en caso contrario. 2. Diferencia: encontrar la diferencia entre los elementos de la primera … Read more

Python Return Set From Function

Do you need to create a function that returns a set but you don’t know how? No worries, in sixty seconds, you’ll know! Go! ? A Python function can return any object such as a set. To return a set, first create the set object within the function body, assign it to a variable your_set, … Read more

Python Set Methods [Video Guide]

The set data structure is one of the most underused primary data structures in Python. I’ve seen so many intermediate-level coders who use lists when all they need is a data structure that checks membership!! ? Understanding the basics differentiates the good from the great. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about Python’s basic set methods. First, … Read more

Python Set symmetric_difference()

Python’s S.symmetric_difference(T) method creates and returns a new set containing all elements that are in exactly one of the two sets S and T. Here’s a minimal example where we return a new set containing the elements 1 and 4 that are in exactly one of the two sets s and t. Here’s another visual … Read more

Python Set remove()

Python’s set.remove(x) method removes an element x from this set if it is a member, otherwise it raises a KeyError. Here’s a minimal example where you remove the string element ‘Bob’ from the set by means of the s.remove() method: Syntax Let’s dive into the formal syntax of the set.remove() method. set.remove(element) Argument Data Type … Read more