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Python: Convert a given list of tuples to a list of strings using map function

Python map: Exercise-17 with Solution

Write a Python program to convert a given list of tuples to a list of strings using map function.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

def tuples_to_list_string(lst):
    result = list(map(' '.join, lst))
    return result   
colors = [('red', 'pink'), ('white', 'black'), ('orange', 'green')]
print("Original list of tuples:")
print(colors)
print("\nConvert the said list of tuples to a list of strings:")
print(tuples_to_list_string(colors))
names = [('Sheridan','Gentry'), ('Laila','Mckee'), ('Ahsan','Rivas'), ('Conna','Gonzalez')]
print("\nOriginal list of tuples:")
print(names)
print("\nConvert the said list of tuples to a list of strings:")
print(tuples_to_list_string(names))

Sample Output:

Original list of tuples:
[('red', 'pink'), ('white', 'black'), ('orange', 'green')]

Convert the said list of tuples to a list of strings:
['red pink', 'white black', 'orange green']

Original list of tuples:
[('Sheridan', 'Gentry'), ('Laila', 'Mckee'), ('Ahsan', 'Rivas'), ('Conna', 'Gonzalez')]

Convert the said list of tuples to a list of strings:
['Sheridan Gentry', 'Laila Mckee', 'Ahsan Rivas', 'Conna Gonzalez']

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