Range() in Python | Python for Data Science | Day 16
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The range() in Python function is used to return a sequence of numbers within the specified numbers. Let’s discuss range() in Python function in detail.
The range() function has three parameters: start, stop and step.
For instance, if we mention just one parameter, it is considered as the stop point.
Actually, the loop runs for N-1 times if N is the stop point.
We can also specify the initial and stopping point.
Let’s check out another instance where we also mention the step size. Here, the numbers are printed from 1 to N-1 i.e 1 to 29, at the step size of 3.
Out of the three parameters, i.e. start, stop and step, the required parameter is stop. By default, the start parameter has default value 0 and the default step parameter is 1.
You can also use this:
Here, we have used the length of list as the stop parameter.
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