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Python Exercise: Sort a tuple by its float element

Python tuple: Exercise-23 with Solution

Write a Python program to sort a tuple by its float element.

Sample data: [('item1', '12.20'), ('item2', '15.10'), ('item3', '24.5')]
Expected Output: [('item3', '24.5'), ('item2', '15.10'), ('item1', '12.20')]

Sample Solution :-

Python Code :

price = [('item1', '12.20'), ('item2', '15.10'), ('item3', '24.5')]
print( sorted(price, key=lambda x: float(x[1]), reverse=True))

Output:

[('item3', '24.5'), ('item2', '15.10'), ('item1', '12.20')] 

Python Code Editor:

price = [('item1', '12.20'), ('item2', '15.10'), ('item3', '24.5')]
print( sorted(price, key=lambda x: float(x[1]), reverse=True))

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