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    1. 2. Working with Data — Python Practice Book

      • The built-in function range can be used to create a list of integers. >>> range(4) [0, 1, 2, 3] >>> range(3, 6) [3, 4, 5] >>> range(2, 10, 3) [2, 5, 8].
      • Problem 7: Python has built-in functions min and max to compute minimum and maximum of a given list. Provide an implementation for these functions.

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    2. Python’s range() Function Explained | Python Central

      What is Python's range() Function? As an experienced Python developer, or even a beginner, you've likely heard of the Python range() function. But what does it do? In a nutshell, it generates a list of numbers, which is generally used to iterate over with for loops. There's many use cases.

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    3. LearnPython.org is a free interactive Python tutorial for people who want to learn Python, fast.

      • (Python 3 uses the range function, which acts like xrange). Note that the range function is zero based.
      • While loops repeat as long as a certain boolean condition is met. For example: # Prints out 0,1,2,3,4.

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    4. Python Range Function

      • The Range function The built-in range function in Python is very useful to generate sequences of numbers in the form ...
      • #If we only give one number for a range this replaces the end of range value. >>> range(10) [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] #.

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    5. List in Python : Learn lists, range, slice, append, len, etc in Python

      As you have seen now that type([]) is giving us a list. This means that '[]' is a list as mentioned above.

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    6. range() difference in Python2 and Python3 | Forum

      • In Python versions before 3, range() creates a list, as you say. In Python 3, it creates a generator. Effectively, what they did going from 2 -> 3 was to remove xrange() and make range() do the same thing xrange() used to do.

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    7. clustering - Grouping consecutive numbers into ranges in Python 3.2 - Code Review Stack Exchange

      • This seemed like a nice example of how the dictionary data type can be used in Python. Is there is an even more code-efficient way to do this?
      • .join(as_range(g) for _, g in groupby(numberlist, key=lambda n, c=count(): n-next(c))) # '1-3,6-7,10'. This assumes they are in sorted order and there...

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    8. unicode - How can I specify Cyrillic character ranges in a Python 3.2 regex? - Stack Overflow

      • Any tips on how to pip install for Python3.2? I couldn't find any documentation on that. – magnetar Jun 12 '12 at 0:33.
      • How to convert string to lowercase in Python? 2. Using Unicode Range in Regex as a rule to Lex.

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    9. The key differences between Python 2.7.x and Python 3.x with examples

      • The __contains__ method for range objects in Python 3.
      • So, I still tend to use a float(3)/2 or 3/2.0 instead of a 3/2 in my Python 3 scripts to save the Python 2 guys some trouble (and vice versa, I recommend a from __future__ import division in your Python 2 scripts).

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    10. 15 Extended Slices

      • What's New in Python 2.3.
      • To simplify implementing sequences that support extended slicing, slice objects now have a method indices(length) which, given the length of a sequence, returns a (start, stop, step) tuple that can be passed directly to range(). indices() handles omitted and out-of-bounds indices...

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