Thursday 12 October 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 37 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 


Solutions - 

In the code a function f that takes two parameters, value and values. The function then modifies the value at the first index of the values list to be 44 and assigns 1 to a variable v, but this v variable is not used anywhere in the function.

After defining the function f, you have a variable t set to 3 and a list v with three elements: [1, 2, 3]. You then call the function f with the arguments t and v, and finally, you print the values of t and the first element of v after the function call.

Here's a step-by-step explanation of what happens:

t is initially set to 3.

v is initially set to [1, 2, 3].

The function f is called with the arguments t and v.

Inside the function, the value at the first index of the values list (which is the same list as v) is modified to be 44. So, v becomes [44, 2, 3]. However, the variable v declared in the function and set to 1 is not used.

After the function call, you print the values of t and the first element of v, which is v[0].

As a result, when you run the code, it will print: 3 44


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