Python: Convert a given unicode list to a list contains strings
Python List: Exercise - 199 with Solution
Write a Python program to convert a given unicode list to a list contains strings.
def unicode_to_str(lst): result = [str(x) for x in lst] return result students = [u'S001', u'S002', u'S003', u'S004'] print("Original lists:") print(students) print(" Convert the said unicode list to a list contains strings:") print(unicode_to_str(students))
Original lists: ['S001', 'S002', 'S003', 'S004'] Convert the said unicode list to a list contains strings: ['S001', 'S002', 'S003', 'S004']
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When we speak of division we normally mean (/) float division operator, this will give a precise result in float format with decimals.
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