What Does the Zip() Function Do in Python? Let’s Discover It

If you haven’t used the Python zip() function yet this is an opportunity to look at how it works and how you can use it in your programs.

The Python zip() function takes as input multiple iterables and returns an iterator of tuples where the n-th tuple contains the n-th element from every iterable. The zip function can also be applied to iterable of different

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