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Python Lambdas in 2022 [Made Simple]

Understand anonymous functions in Python

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What Are Lambdas

In Python, lambda is an anonymous function. Lambda can take any number of arguments but only have a single expression.

Lambdas are also known as anonymous functions because they can be defined without a name.

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Artturi Jalli

Artturi Jalli

I’m a tech expert, entrepreneur, and software engineer from Finland. I write about programming, tech, and science. Visit my blog at www.codingem.com.

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