Python: Remove all strings from a given list of tuples
Python List: Exercise - 192 with Solution
Write a Python program to remove all strings from a given list of tuples.
def test(list1): result = [tuple(v for v in i if not isinstance(v, str)) for i in list1] return list(result) marks = [(100, 'Math'), (80, 'Math'), (90, 'Math'), (88, 'Science', 89), (90, 'Science', 92)] print("\nOriginal list:") print(marks) print("\nRemove all strings from the said list of tuples:") print(test(marks))
Original list: [(100, 'Math'), (80, 'Math'), (90, 'Math'), (88, 'Science', 89), (90, 'Science', 92)] Remove all strings from the said list of tuples: [(100,), (80,), (90,), (88, 89), (90, 92)]
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Python: Tips of the Day
When we speak of division we normally mean (/) float division operator, this will give a precise result in float format with decimals.
For a rounded integer result there is (//) floor division operator in Python. Floor division will only give integer results that are round numbers.
print(1000 // 300) print(1000 / 300)
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