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Python: Find the numbers of a given string and store them in a list, display the numbers which are bigger than the length of the list in sorted form

Python Lambda: Exercise-20 with Solution

Write a Python program to find the numbers of a given string and store them in a list, display the numbers which are bigger than the length of the list in sorted form. Use lambda function to solve the problem.

Sample Solution:

Python Code :

str1 = "sdf 23 safs8 5 sdfsd8 sdfs 56 21sfs 20 5"
print("Original string: ",str1)
str_num=[i for i in str1.split(' ')]
lenght=len(str_num)
numbers=sorted([int(x) for x in str_num if x.isdigit()])
print('Numbers in sorted form:')
for i in ((filter(lambda x:x>lenght,numbers))):
    print(i,end=' ')

Sample Output:

Original string:  sdf 23 safs8 5 sdfsd8 sdfs 56 21sfs 20 5
Numbers in sorted form:
20 23 56 

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