Python: Create a function that takes one argument multiplied with an unknown given number
Python Lambda: Exercise-2 with Solution
Write a Python program to create a function that takes one argument, and that argument will be multiplied with an unknown given number.
Python Code :
def func_compute(n): return lambda x : x * n result = func_compute(2) print("Double the number of 15 =", result(15)) result = func_compute(3) print("Triple the number of 15 =", result(15)) result = func_compute(4) print("Quadruple the number of 15 =", result(15)) result = func_compute(5) print("Quintuple the number 15 =", result(15))
Double the number of 15 = 30 Triple the number of 15 = 45 Quadruple the number of 15 = 60 Quintuple the number 15 = 75
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