Python: Sort a list of tuples using Lambda
Python Lambda: Exercise-3 with Solution
Write a Python program to sort a list of tuples using Lambda.
Python Code :
subject_marks = [('English', 88), ('Science', 90), ('Maths', 97), ('Social sciences', 82)] print("Original list of tuples:") print(subject_marks) subject_marks.sort(key = lambda x: x) print("\nSorting the List of Tuples:") print(subject_marks)
Original list of tuples: [('English', 88), ('Science', 90), ('Maths', 97), ('Social sciences', 82)] Sorting the List of Tuples: [('Social sciences', 82), ('English', 88), ('Science', 90), ('Maths', 97)]
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