What is the use of 'chain' function in itertools in python?
Can you demonstrate with an example?
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chain(list_a,list_b) returns an iterator which has items of first list and the second list after that. Its an option for you to use it for example when you have 2 big list and you don’t want to copy them in memory or lots of other uses... https://code.sololearn.com/cD3R3Vxp4Tk0/?ref=app
Pls i do have a quiz python program on my pc. The only problem that i have, is i do not know how to calculate total scores for the quiz program
Why you're using itertools for joining two list?.. We can do it simply with list.append..
So if use, For loop, to iterate each item in the 2nd list..and use list.append() to add it to the 1st list..will it use a lot of memory to do so?