Python: Multiply each number of given list with a given number using lambda function
Python Lambda: Exercise-21 with Solution
Write a Python program that multiply each number of given list with a given number using lambda function. Print the result.
Python Code :
nums = [2, 4, 6, 9 , 11] n = 2 print("Original list: ", nums) print("Given number: ", n) filtered_numbers=list(map(lambda number:number*n,nums)) print("Result:") print(' '.join(map(str,filtered_numbers)))
Original list: [2, 4, 6, 9, 11] Given number: 2 Result: 4 8 12 18 22
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Previous: 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.
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