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Python: Filter the height and width of students which are stored in a dictionary using lambda

Python Lambda: Exercise-34 with Solution

Write a Python program to filter the height and width of students, which are stored in a dictionary using lambda.

Sample Solution:

Python Code :

def filter_data(students):
    result = dict(filter(lambda x: (x[1][0], x[1][1]) > (6.0, 70), students.items()))
    return result  
students = {'Cierra Vega': (6.2, 70), 'Alden Cantrell': (5.9, 65), 'Kierra Gentry': (6.0, 68), 'Pierre Cox': (5.8, 66)}
print("Original Dictionary:")
print(students)
print("\nHeight> 6ft and Weight> 70kg:")
print(filter_data(students))

Sample Output:

Original Dictionary:
{'Cierra Vega': (6.2, 70), 'Alden Cantrell': (5.9, 65), 'Kierra Gentry': (6.0, 68), 'Pierre Cox': (5.8, 66)}

Height> 6ft and Weight> 70kg:
{'Cierra Vega': (6.2, 70)}

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