Python Lambdas Deep Dive

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Do you struggle with these stupid lambda functions in Python?

Functional programming is the swiss-army knife of Python programming.

Every master coder uses functional programming to code faster, smarter, and better.

Do you want to master Python? Take this deep dive and master Lambdas to write effective, functional, and Pythonic code!

This course includes 3 attempts.

"I Hate These Stupid Lambda Functions in Python!"

  • Have you ever found yourself expressing emotional statements like this in regards to Python's lambda functions?
  • Do you want to understand functional programming but you simply cannot wrap your head around the difficult syntax?
  • Do you already know another programming language like Java, Javascript, or C++ but you suspect that every professional Python coder will quickly spot that you're not writing Pythonic code?

If you answered any of the previous questions with YES!, this course is for you.

Functional Programming == The Swiss-Army Knife of Python Programming

🔧🔨🪓🔪✂

Every master coder uses functional programming to code faster, smarter, and better.

Do you want to master Python? Take this deep dive and master Lambdas to write effective, functional, and Pythonic code!

How This Course is Organized

The first part of the course consists of 9 lessons. In each lesson, you will learn a piece of the theory of lambda functions in a video.

Each lesson ends with a quiz so that you can check if you understood the lesson.

In the second part it's your turn: In 5 practical exercises, you'll apply your learned knowledge and check your solution against the provided ones.

Table of Contents:

  1. Overview
  2. Applications min() and max()
  3. Parameterless Lambdas
  4. Map Function and Lambdas
  5. Stacking Lambdas
  6. The Filter Function
  7. If-Else Loops
  8. Customize Sort()

What Is A Lambda Function Anyways?

A lambda function is an anonymous function in Python. It starts with the keywordlambda, followed by a comma-separated list of zero or more arguments, followed by the colon and the return expression. For example, lambda x, y, z: x+y+z would calculate the sum of the three argument values x+y+z.

Well, take the course to find out! 😁