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Sunday, December 30, 2018
 
Python Lambda Functions - Quick Notes

Lambda functions:

Syntax:

 lambda argument(s): expression

eg.,

A trivial example.

def areaofcircle(radius):
 return math.pi * radius * radius

can be written as:

circlearea = lambda radius : math.pi * radius * radius

In this example, the lambda function accepts a lone argument radius; and the function evaluates the lambda expression (π * radius2) to calculate the area of a circle and returns the result to caller.

In case of lambda function, the identifier "circlearea" is assigned the function object the lambda expression creates so circlearea can be called like any normal function. eg., circlearea(5)

Another trivial example that converts first character in each word in a list to uppercase character.

>> fullname = ["john doe", "richard roe", "janie q"]
>>> fullname
['john doe', 'richard roe', 'janie q']
>>> map(lambda name : name.title(), fullname)
['John Doe', 'Richard Roe', 'Janie Q']

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Saturday, December 08, 2018
 
Blast from the Past : The Weekend Playlist #15 — Cirque Du Soleil Special

This edition is dedicated to Cirque du Soleil, the entertainment group with many successful live shows under their belt. Live original music accompanies almost all of Cirque's carefully choreographed live performances.

Current playlist features music from Cirque du Soleil's various live shows — Saltimbanco (1992), Mystère (1993), Alegría (1994), Dralion (1999), Varekai (2002), Zumanity (2003), Kà (2004), Corteo (2005), Koozå (2007) and Luzia (2016).

Be aware that some of the songs are in imaginary/invented language.

Enjoy!

Audio & Widget courtesy: Spotify

Old playlists:

    #1    #8   #14 (50s, 60s and 70s)    |    #2    #3    #4    #5 (80s)    |    #6    #7    #9 (90s)    |    #11    #12 (00s)    |    #13 (10s) |    #10 (Instrumental)

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