Python List Comprehension: Is It Easy to Comprehend?!? — CODEFATHER

Have you ever heard about the list comprehension in Python? It simplifies the way you work with lists and it makes your code more concise.

The list comprehension is a Python construct that reduces the lines of code required to generate a new list or to filter an existing list. A list comprehension is enclosed within square brackets and it’s made of

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