Map map(function_to_apply, list_of_inputs) items = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] squared = list(map(lambda x: x**2, items)) funcs = [multiply, add] for i in range(5): value = list(map(lambda x: x(i), funcs)) Filter number_list = range(-5, 5) less_than_zero = list(filter(lambda x: x < 0, number_list)) print(less_than_zero) #Output : [-5, -4, -3, -2, -1] Reduce from functools import Here, we obtain a reduction for our final product: product = reduce((lambda x, y: x * y), [1, 2, 3, 4]) # Output: 24
I’ve spent at least 1,000 hours of my life using Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Internet Explorer. That is 1,000 hours each, separately. I think it’s about time that I discuss how and why I use these browsers. Firefox Analysis Right now, I spend 50 percent of my time on Firefox, 50 percent of my time on Safari. This is a rough estimate, since I use Firefox to watch videos and scrape the Internet and Safari for non-work related activities, like checking email.
SQL A quick tutorial for all my SQL queries. Logging in After getting started and installing the dependencies for mysql, we run the following on the command line: mysql -uroot -p[Insert password here] Now we can begin the SQL fun. Databases and Tables SQL contains Tables located within Databases. When we enter our SQL server, we can first check out which Database we want to enter. This is similar to the analogous “ls” command: