Python videos | Python Part 8 - List Comprehensions

Posted by Andy Brown on 15 October 2021


Processing a list usually involves applying a condition to exclude unwanted items and then transforming the result to get what you want. A list comprehension provides an elegant, concise way to combine these two things.

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This video has the following accompanying files:

File name Type Description
Listing even squares.py Python code Example - listing even squares
Listing Y words.py Python code Example - listing words containing Y
Listing hyperlinks.py Python code Example - listing hyperlinks
Single line program.py Python code Single line program

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