Thursday 23 November 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 75 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 


Code : 

lst = [10, 25, 4, 12, 3, 8]

sorted(lst)

print(lst)


Solution and Explanation :

The above code sorts the list lst using the sorted() function, but it doesn't modify the original list. The sorted() function returns a new sorted list without changing the original list. If you want to sort the original list in-place, you can use the sort() method of the list:


lst = [10, 25, 4, 12, 3, 8]
lst.sort()
print(lst)

This will modify the original list lst and print the sorted result. If you want to keep the original list unchanged and create a new sorted list, you can use sorted() and assign it to a new variable:

lst = [10, 25, 4, 12, 3, 8]
sorted_lst = sorted(lst)
print(sorted_lst)
print(lst)

In this case, sorted_lst will contain the sorted version of the original list, and lst will remain unchanged.






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