Python: Reverse strings in a given list of string values using lambda
Python Lambda: Exercise-41 with Solution
Write a Python program to reverse strings in a given list of string values using lambda.
Python Code :
def reverse_strings_list(string_list): result = list(map(lambda x: "".join(reversed(x)), string_list)) return result colors_list = ["Red", "Green", "Blue", "White", "Black"] print("\nOriginal lists:") print(colors_list) print("\nReverse strings of the said given list:") print(reverse_strings_list(colors_list))
Original lists: ['Red', 'Green', 'Blue', 'White', 'Black'] Reverse strings of the said given list: ['deR', 'neerG', 'eulB', 'etihW', 'kcalB']
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