Sunday, December 24, 2017

Python Functions

type(), for example, is a function that returns the type of a value.

Suppose you have the list containing only the heights of your family, fam: Say that you want to get the maximum value in this list.

Use Python's `max()` function. This is one of Python's built-in functions,
Another one of these built-in functions is `round()`. It takes two inputs: first, a number you want to round, and second, the precision with which to round, so how many digits behind the decimal point you want to keep.
But there's more. It's perfectly possible to call the `round()` function with only one input, like this. This time, Python figured out that you didn't specify the second input, and automatically chooses to round the number to the closest integer.


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