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Python Functional Python Functional Workhorses Sorting

Import itemgetter from the operator module.

Please give me an answer.

sorting.py
fruit_list = [
    ('apple', 2),
    ('banana', 5),
    ('coconut', 1),
    ('durian', 3),
    ('elderberries', 4)
]

1 Answer

Brandon White
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Brandon White
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Hi Thomas,

You’ll typically import functions and modules at the top of your document.

The syntax is as such:

from operator import itemgetter