Python: Iterate over two lists simultaneously
Python List: Exercise - 64 with Solution
Write a Python program to iterate over two lists simultaneously.
num = [1, 2, 3] color = ['red', 'white', 'black'] for (a,b) in zip(num, color): print(a, b)
1 red 2 white 3 black
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Python: Tips of the Day
Checks if the given number falls within the given range.
def tips_range(n, start, end = 0): return start <= n <= end if end >= start else end <= n <= start print(tips_range(2, 4, 6)) print(tips_range(4, 8)) print(tips_range(1, 3, 5)) print(tips_range(1, 3))
False True False True
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