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# Python Range

Range with three arguments used only for numerical values or not?

2/26/2018 2:37:18 PM

Shivani Goyal

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range = range(start, end, steps) start= number it starts counting from end= up to what it counts steps= steps it might take, range(0,10,2) = 02468

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If the third number is negative, it goes through the range backwards.

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thank you Mr. Markus Kaleton

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range = range(start, end, steps) start= number it starts counting from end= up to what it counts steps= steps it might take, By default start is 0 By default step is 1 Both are optional

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The range() is an in-built function in Python. Syntax range(start, stop, step) Example range(1, 10, 2) It returns a sequence of numbers starting from zero and increment by 1 by default and stops before the given number.

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Shri Ram College

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Shri Ram College

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range(starting no,end) its output starting no and end no -1 if ingrement than range take 3 argument i .e range(starting no , end no , ingrement) e.g range(1,10,3) its output will be 1, 1+3=4, 4+3=7, answer 7+3=10 which is excluded

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Hello....

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@Anushka hi

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Hello Vishal Kapil thank you

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please concentrate on 1 degree okay

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