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# azza1551

@azza1551
2 years ago
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I wanna help with writing a function that takes two lists and outputs a list that contains all common elements in each list. use the & operator (or th
Python
ZetaCommand
Try something like: list1=[1,2,1,4] list2=[2,2,1,5] def findCommon(l1,l2): l1String="" l2String="" newString=[] for i in range(len(l1)): l1String+=str(l1[i]) for i in range(len(l2)): l2String+=str(l2[i]) for i in l1String: if i in l2String: newString.append(i) return(newString) print(findCommon(list1,list2))2 years ago
Highwayman
That sounds like a homework problem….2 years ago
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1 - How to write a function that takes a dictionary and a key and determines if that key is in the dictionary (i.e. the function outputs True if the k
Python
Coder100
to check if a key is in a dictionary, use the in keyword def keyisin(d, k): return k in d to join 2 dictionaries together, use a for loop! def join_dicts(a, b): out = {} for keya in a: out[keya] = a[keya] for keyb in b: out[keyb] = b[keyb] return out `2 years ago
CosmicBear
def function1(dict,key): if key in dict: return True return False def function2(dict1,dict2): for key in dict2: dict1[key] = dict2[key] return dict12 years ago