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Python Functional Python The Lambda Lambada Partial

help me on this task guyys

stuck at this last challenge

discounts.py
from functools import partial
prices = [
    10.50,
    9.99,
    0.25,
    1.50,
    8.79,
    101.25,
    8.00
]


def discount(price, amount):
    return price - price * (amount/100)
discount_10 = partial(discount, amount=10)
discount_25 = partial(discount, amount=25)
discount_50 = partial(discount, amount=50)
prices= list(map(prices_10, prices_25, prices_50))

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,959 Points

Remember that you're creating prices_10, prices_25, and prices_50. So you'll need a line of code for each one, and they will be the terms being assigned to (on the left side).

And it's been a while, so you might want to review how to use Map.