Intermediate Python Tutorial #3 - Map() Function
Welcome to a new series! Intermediate Python Tutorials!
Today's Topic: map() function, this function takes two arguments: a function and a list. It then applies the function to all of the values of the list of and creates a new values with the returned values from thew function.
In this set of videos I will be explaining more advanced programming concepts and showing you intermediate-advanced tools that you can use in python. A lot of these tools will help you to solve problems/code more efficiently and will save you a ton of time!
Text-Based Tutorial: https://techwithtim.net/tutorials/pyt...
Future topics: 4. Filter Function 5. Lambda Functions 6. Intro to Collections 7. Collections: named tuple 8. Collections: deque 9. Collections: orderedDict 10. Collections: defualtDict 11. docstrings
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