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Can anyone help me with the below programs: A) which returns orger summary as a list with 2- tuples. Each tuple consists of the order number and the product of the price per items and the quantity. OUTPUT: [ ('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97) ]. 10 INR should be increased in the product if the value of the order is smaller than 100.00 INR. OUTPUT: [ ('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),(77226',108.85),('88112',84.97) ]

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Can't solve because product price is a part of the tuple. Since LIST IS MUTABLE so we can change its elements. We can change the whole tuple because it is an element of the list. As WKT TUPLE IS IMMUTABLE so we can't change its elements.
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Try this: t=l=len(t)t1= for i in range (l): if t<100: t1.append(,t+10)]) else: t1.append(,t)])t=t1 print(t)
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Senior Software Engineer/Java Full Stack Developer.

public class DemoApplication { public static void main(String args) { //SpringApplication.run(DemoApplication.class, args); List<Order> list=new ArrayList(); list.add(new Order("34587", 163.8)); list.add(new Order("98762", 284.0)); list.add(new Order("77226", 98.85)); list.add(new Order("88112",... read more

public class DemoApplication {

 

public static void main(String[] args) {

//SpringApplication.run(DemoApplication.class, args);

 

List<Order> list=new ArrayList();

list.add(new Order("34587", 163.8));

list.add(new Order("98762", 284.0));

list.add(new Order("77226", 98.85));

list.add(new Order("88112", 74.97));

 

System.out.println("Before Processing List orders :: "+list);

 

int index=-1;

for(Order order: list) {

index++;

if(order.getPrice()<100) {

order.setPrice(order.getPrice()+10);

list.set(index, order);

}

}

 

System.out.println("After processing List orders :: "+list);

 

}

 

}

class Order{

    private String orderNo;

    private double price;

    

    public Order(String orderNo, double price) {

super();

this.orderNo = orderNo;

this.price = price;

}

 

public void setOrderNo(String orderNo){

        this.orderNo=orderNo;

    }

    

    public String getOrderNo(){

        return orderNo;

    }

    

    public void setPrice(double price){

        this.price=price;

        

    }

    

    public double getPrice(){

        return price;

    }

 

@Override

public String toString() {

return "Order [orderNo=" + orderNo + ", price=" + price + "]";

}    

    

}

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Umapari Software Training Center Proprietor

Pythonized my previous answer: OUTPUT = oL = oL.extend()OUTPUT = oLprint(OUTPUT) read more

Pythonized my previous answer:

OUTPUT = [ ('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97) ]

oL = []
oL.extend([(id, price + 10) for id, price in OUTPUT if price < 100.00 or\
                  oL.append((id, price))])
OUTPUT = oL
print(OUTPUT)

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IT Professional with 2 years of experience

Hello Anurag, As per your question, Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples. Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of... read more

Hello Anurag,

As per your question,

 

Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each

Output:- the updated list of tuples.

Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list.

 

Program:

1) With regular for-loop:

# You might use list(input()) to read list from user input.

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

outputList = []

 

for _tuple in inputList:

if (_tuple[1] < 100):

    outputList.append((_tuple[0], _tuple[1]+10))

else:

  outputList.append((_tuple[0],_tuple[1]))

print('Updated List:',outputList)

 

 

PS: Since tuples are immutable (cannot change it's value further) in python, we used one more list instead of replacing the given input list itself.

 

2) With list-comprehension:- 

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

def getUpdatedList(inputList):

  return [(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]

 

outputList = getUpdatedList(inputTuple)

print(outputList)

 

Or simply,

 

print([(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]) 

 

 

Feel free to ask me any further questions. Happy Coding!!!

 

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IT Professional with 2 years of experience

Hello Anurag, As per your question, Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples. Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of... read more

Hello Anurag,

As per your question,

 

Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each

Output:- the updated list of tuples.

Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list.

 

Program:

1) With regular for-loop:

# You might use list(input()) to read list from user input.

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

outputList = []

 

for _tuple in inputList:

if (_tuple[1] < 100):

    outputList.append((_tuple[0], _tuple[1]+10))

else:

  outputList.append((_tuple[0],_tuple[1]))

print('Updated List:',outputList)

 

 

PS: Since tuples are immutable (cannot change it's value further) in python, we used one more list instead of replacing the given input list itself.

 

2) With list-comprehension:- 

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

def getUpdatedList(inputList):

  return [(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]

 

outputList = getUpdatedList(inputTuple)

print(outputList)

 

Or simply,

 

print([(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]) 

 

 

Feel free to ask me any further questions. Happy Coding!!!

 

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IT Professional with 2 years of experience

Hello Anurag, As per your query, Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples. Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a,... read more

Hello Anurag,

As per your query,

Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each

Output:- the updated list of tuples.

Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list.

Program:

1) With regular for-loop:

# You might use list(input()) to read list from user input.

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

outputList = []

 

for _tuple in inputList:

if (_tuple[1] < 100): 

    outputList.append((_tuple[0], _tuple[1]+10))

else:

  outputList.append((_tuple[0],_tuple[1]))

print('Updated List:',outputList)

 

PS: Since tuples are immutable (cannot change it's value further) in python, we used one more list instead of replacing the given input list itself.

 

2) With list-comprehension:- 

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

def getUpdatedList(inputList):

  return [(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]

 

outputList = getUpdatedList(inputTuple)

print(outputList)

 

Or simply,

 

print([(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList])

  

 

Feel free to ask me any further questions. Happy Coding!!!

 

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IT Professional with 2 years of experience

Hello Anurag, As per your query, Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples. Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a,... read more

Hello Anurag,

As per your query,

Input:- a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each

Output:- the updated list of tuples.

Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list.

Program:

1) With regular for-loop:

# You might use list(input()) to read list from user input.

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

outputList = []

 

for _tuple in inputList:

if (_tuple[1] < 100): 

    outputList.append((_tuple[0], _tuple[1]+10))

else:

  outputList.append((_tuple[0],_tuple[1]))

print('Updated List:',outputList)

 

PS: Since tuples are immutable (cannot change it's value further) in python, we used one more list instead of replacing the given input list itself.

 

2) With list-comprehension:- 

inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]

 

def getUpdatedList(inputList):

  return [(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]

 

outputList = getUpdatedList(inputTuple)

print(outputList)

 

Or simply,

 

print([(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList])

  

 

Feel free to ask me any further questions. Happy Coding!!!

 

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# Python code to sort a list of tuples # according to given key. # get the last key. def last(n): return n # function to sort the tuple def sort(tuples): # We pass used defined function last # as a parameter. return sorted(tuples, key = last) # driver code a = m = 2print("Sorted:"), print(sort(a))... read more

# Python code to sort a list of tuples
# according to given key.

# get the last key.
def last(n):
return n[m]

# function to sort the tuple
def sort(tuples):

# We pass used defined function last
# as a parameter.
return sorted(tuples, key = last)

# driver code
a = [(23, 45, 20), (25, 44, 39), (89, 40, 23)]
m = 2
print("Sorted:"),
print(sort(a))

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Input:-a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples. Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list. Program: 1)... read more

 Input:-a list of tuples with two values (order-number: string, total-order-cost: float) each Output:- the updated list of tuples.

Condition: When b < 100, b = b + 10 where b: total-order-cost (product of the price per items and the quantity) for every tuple of (a, b) in the input list. Program: 1) With regular for-loop: # You might use list(input()) to read list from user input. inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]   outputList = []   for _tuple in inputList: if (_tuple[1] < 100):      outputList.append((_tuple[0], _tuple[1]+10)) else:   outputList.append((_tuple[0],_tuple[1])) print('Updated List:',outputList)  

PS: Since tuples are immutable (cannot change it's value further) in python, we used one more list instead of replacing the given input list itself.

2) With list-comprehension:-  inputList = [('34587',163.8),('98762',284.0),('77226',98.85),('88112',74.97)]   def getUpdatedList(inputList):   return [(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList]   outputList = getUpdatedList(inputTuple) print(outputList)   Or simply,   print([(ele[0], ele[1]+10) if (ele[1]) < 100 else (ele[0], ele[1]) for ele in inputList])     

Feel free to ask me any further questions. enjoy coding.

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