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Python: Get numbers divisible by fifteen from a list using an anonymous function

Python Basic: Exercise-110 with Solution

Write a Python program to get numbers divisible by fifteen from a list using an anonymous function.

Sample Solution-1:

Python Code:

num_list = [45, 55, 60, 37, 100, 105, 220]
# use anonymous function to filter
result = list(filter(lambda x: (x % 15 == 0), num_list))
print("Numbers divisible by 15 are",result)

Sample Output:

Numbers divisible by 15 are [45, 60, 105] 

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Sample Solution-2:

Python Code:

num_list = [45, 55, 60, 37, 100, 105, 220]
print("Original list:",num_list)
# use anonymous function to filter
result = list(filter(lambda x: (x % 15 == 0), num_list))
print("Numbers of the said list divisible by 15 are:",result)

Sample Output:

Original list: [45, 55, 60, 37, 100, 105, 220]
Numbers of the said list divisible by 15 are: [45, 60, 105]

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Sample Solution-3:

Python Code:

num_list = [45, 55, 60, 37, 100, 105, 220]
print("Original list:",num_list)
print("\nNumbers of the said list divisible by 15 are:")
print(str(''.join(filter(lambda x: x, str(list([i for i in num_list if i % 15 == 0]))))))

Sample Output:

Original list: [45, 55, 60, 37, 100, 105, 220]

Numbers of the said list divisible by 15 are:
[45, 60, 105] 

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