python 3.8.6 Positional-only parameters

python 3.8.6 Positional-only parameters

The Python 3.8 series is the newest feature release by the Python language, and it contains many updated features. So let’s see the “What is exactly new in python 3.8.6 ?” One of the most important feature is python 3.8.6 Positional-only parameters , so let’s see : In this article, we will learn Positional-only parameter … Read more

How to automating Facebook posts using python script.

learn How to automating Facebook posts using python script?

Welcome everyone to another my interesting python post article, Do you want to learn How to automating Facebook posts using python script? but you Don’t know how to do it? then please follow the below methods and instruction. so let’s start:  we know that Facebook is the world most popular social media platform so many … Read more

Different types of Python Command Line Arguments

Command Line Arguments

In the command line shell of the operating system, the arguments that are given after the name of the program are known as Command Line Arguments. We know that Python Command line arguments are input parameter passed to the script when executing them in sequence. In this programming world mostly all programming language provide support … Read more

Python 3.8.6 is finally available for download

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Immediately upgrade python version 3.5 to the latest version

Immediately Upgrate Python Version 3.5 To The Latest Version

On October 2 2020 Finally, python 3.5 is out of support i.e. there will be no more any bug fixes or security patches for the 3.5 series, and as such Python version 3.5.10 will be the final release. So what is exact solution for this problem? For remaining python 3.5 users it need to upgrade … Read more

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python trending terminology course ebook

python trending terminology course ebook

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How to remove duplicates from list in python 3

How to remove duplicates from list in python 3 :

Hello friends, In this article, we will see How to remove duplicates items or elements from the list in python so Let’s start :
How to remove duplicates from list in python 3
How to remove duplicates from list in python 3
 
There are different way to remove duplicates from list :
  1. Method 1 : Using list comprehension method
  2. Method 2 : Using list comprehension + enumerate() method
  3. Method 3 : Using set() method
  4. Method 4 : Naive method
  5. Method 5 : Using collections.OrderedDict.fromkeys() method

Method 1 : Using list comprehension method

This method has working similar to the Naive method , but small difference is it just a liner shorthand of longer methods done with the help of lists comprehension method.

For example :

# Demonstrate Python 3 code 
# remove duplicated from list using list comprehension
#  first we initializing list 
use_list = [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
print (“The main/original list is : ” +  str(use_list)) 
# then we use using list comprehension method  
# to remove from list  
rest = [] 
[rest.append(x) for x in use_list if x not in rest] 
  
# printing list output after removal  
print (“The unique list after removing dupli is follow: ” + str(rest)) 
Output :
The main/original list is : [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
The unique list after removing dupli is follow : [4, 3, 7, 6, 5, 1]
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Method 2 : Using list comprehension + enumerate()

list comprehension coupled with enumerate function can also achieve this task. It basically looks for already occurred elements and skips adding them. It preserves the list ordering.
# removing duplicated from list using list comprehension + enumerate() 
# first initializing list 
use_list = [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
print (“The main/original list is : ” +  str(use_list)) 
# using list comprehension + enumerate() method to remove duplicated  
# from  the list  
rest = [i for n, i in enumerate(use_list) if i not in test_list[:n]]  
print (“TThe unique list after removing dupli is follow : ” + str(rest)) 
Output :
The main/original list is : [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
The unique list after removing dupli is follow: [4, 3, 7, 6, 5, 1]

Method 3 : Naive method

In this method (naive method), we simply append the first occurrence of the element in new existing list and ignore all the other occurrences of the list.
# Demonstrate Python program 
# remove duplicated element from list using list Naive method
#  first we initializing list 
use_list = [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
print (“The main/original list is : ” +  str(use_list)) 
# then we use using list Naive method  
rest = [] 
for i in test_list: 
    if i not in rest: 
        rest.append(i) 
  
# printing output after removal  
print (“The unique list after removing dupli is follow: ” + str(rest)) 
Output :
The main/original list is : [4, 3, 7, 6, 3, 5, 7, 1] 
The unique list after removing dupli is follow: [4, 3, 7, 6, 5, 1]

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