Why does this code give this output?? <built-in method reverse of list object at 0x7e3911ffc0>
My code was x=["yg","g","h"] print(x.reverse) Why doesn't it work? Can you please tell me the right code?
x. reverse()... better it is print(x. reverse) prints the method itself additionally it is an inplaceMethod as Jan Markus already wrote. to create a new object print(reversed(x)).... not sure at alk
The reverse method needs to be called to do anything. This will work: x=["yg","g","h"] x.reverse() # reverse elements of x. Notice the () brackets. print(x)
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I have made a calculator in which my % (Percentage) not work correctly for 100%50 or 100%20.
How the answer is 50?
Number of Ones ( C++ ) question!