Question:

Explain Python’s zip() function.?

Answer:

zip() function- it will take multiple lists say list1, list2, etc and transform them into a single list of tuples by taking the corresponding elements of the lists that are passed as parameters. Eg:

list1 = ['A',
'B','C'] and list2 = [10,20,30].
zip(list1, list2) # results in a list of tuples say [('A',10),('B',20),('C',30)]

whenever the given lists are of different lengths, zip stops generating tuples when the first list ends.


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