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Python 3 function for printing a series of values As input, you can supply any number of values, all of which are printed on the same lineThe sep keyword argument is used to specify a different separator character (a space by default)The end keyword argument specifies a different line ending ('\n' by default)The file keyword argument redirects the output to a file objectThis function can be used in Python 2 if you add the statement from _ _future_ _ import print_function to your code
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Creates a property attribute for classes fget is a function that returns the attribute value, fset sets the attribute value, and fdel deletes an attribute doc provides a documentation stringThese parameters may be supplied using keyword arguments for example, property(fget=getX, doc="some text")
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In Python 2, this creates a fully populated list of integers from start to stop step indicates a stride and is set to 1 if omitted If start is omitted (when range() is called with one argument), it defaults to 0 A negative step creates a list of numbers in descending order In Python 3, range() creates a special range object that computes its values on demand (like xrange() in previous Python versions)
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Returns a string representation of object In most cases, the returned string is an expression that can be passed to eval() to re-create the object Be aware that in Python 3, the result of this function may be a Unicode string that can t be displayed in the terminal or shell window (resulting in an exception) Use the ascii() function to create an ASCII representation of object
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Creates a reverse iterator for sequence sThis function only works if s implements the sequence methods _ _len_ _() and _ _getitem_ _() In addition, s must index items starting at 0 It does not work with generators or iterators
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Rounds the result of rounding the floating-point number x to the closest multiple of 10 to the power minus n If n is omitted, it defaults to 0 If two multiples are equally close, Python 2 rounds away from 0 (for example, 05 is rounded to 10 and -05 is rounded to -10) Python 3 rounds toward 0 if the previous digit is even and away from 0 otherwise (for example, 05 is rounded to 00 and 15 is rounded to 2)
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Sets an attribute of an object name is a string Same as objectname = value
slice([start,] stop [, step])
Returns a slice object representing integers in the specified range Slice objects are also generated by the extended slice syntax a[i:i:k] Refer to the section Sequence and Mapping Methods in 3 for details
sorted(iterable [, key=keyfunc [, reverse=reverseflag]])
Creates a sorted list from items in iterableThe keyword argument key is a singleargument function that transforms values before they are passed to the compare functionThe keyword argument reverse is a Boolean flag that specifies whether or not the resulting list is sorted in reverse orderThe key and reverse arguments must be specified using keywords for example, sorted(a,key=get_name)
staticmethod(func)
Creates a static method for use in classesThis function is implicitly invoked by the @staticmethod decorator
str([object])
Type representing a string In Python 2, a string contains 8-bit characters, whereas in Python 3 strings are Unicode If object is supplied, a string representation of its value is created by calling its _ _str_ _() methodThis is the same string that you see when you print the object If no argument is given, an empty string is created
sum(items [,initial])
Computes the sum of a sequence of items taken from the iterable object items initial provides the starting value and defaults to 0This function only works with numbers
super(type [, object])
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class B(A): def foo(self): super(B,self)foo()
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