Friday 1 December 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 81 | What is the output of the following Python Code?

 


Code :

i=j=[3]
i+=j
print(i,j)

Solution and Explanation:


In this Python code:

i = j = [3]

i += j

print(i, j)

Both i and j are assigned the same list [3]. The += operator is used to extend the list i by appending the elements of list j to it.


After the execution of the code, the output will be:

[3, 3] [3, 3]

Here's the breakdown:


i = j = [3]: Both i and j are assigned the list [3].

i += j: The += operator modifies the list i by appending the elements of list j to it. So, i becomes [3, 3].

print(i, j): Prints the values of i and j.

As a result, both i and j are [3, 3].







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