Richard Hightower's Python Programming with the Java(TM) Class Libraries: A PDF

By Richard Hightower

ISBN-10: 0201616165

ISBN-13: 9780201616163

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In Python, we express the previous sentence as >>> 10 % 7 3 >>> 3 % 2 1 >>> Once you understand modulus, the divmod() function, which we'll discuss in a later chapter, should come easily to you. Table 3-1. 3333 >>> print (x) 47 48 % ** divmod Modulus gives the remainder; typically used for integers Exponential Does both of the division operators at once and returns a tuple; the second item in the tuple contains the remainder. 000030000300003 >>> x = 10 % 3 >>> print (x) 1 >>> x = 10**2 >>> print(x) 100 This: >>> divmod (10,3) (3, 1) Is the same as this: >>> 10/3,10%3 (3, 1) This: >>> divmod (5,2) (2, 1) Is the same as this: abs -, + Finds the absolute value of a number Sign >>> (2, >>> 100 >>> 100 >>> (1, 5/2, 5%2 1) abs(100) abs(-100) 1, -1, +1, +-1 -1, 1, -1) Numeric Conversion Operators Many times we need to convert from one numeric type to another.

Income)d is a useful, flexible feature. You just saw how much time it can save you in writing form letters. Imagine what it can do for writing reports. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Summary String formatting is the way we organize instructions so that Python can understand how to incorporate data in the creation of strings. How strings are formatted determines the presentation of this data. The basis of string formatting is its use of the formatting directives. Logical operators (and, or, not) return true or false values.

Instead, as in C, its Booleans can be numeric values, where any nonzero value must be true and any zero value must be false. Thus, Python interprets as false the following values: • None • Empty strings • Empty tuples • Empty lists • Empty dictionaries • Zero and as true all other values, including • Nonempty strings • Nonempty tuples • Nonempty lists • Nonempty dictionaries • Not zero Table 3-2 describes the logical operators. They return 1 for a true expression and 0 for a false expression. Table 3-3 describes the comparison operators.

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