5 Python Questions 75% Of You Probably Can’t Solve In One Line Of Code

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Being able to write code in one line probably won’t guarantee you a high-paying tech job, but it sure does feel satisfying. Here are thus 5 Python questions that can usually be easily solved under normal circumstances. The catch — you need to solve it in one line of code.

1. Checking If A Number Is Prime

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Full-time Software Engineer. Part-time Python Tutor, Tech Writer & Crypto Investor. Free-time pianist, gamer, gardener & self-proclaimed cook

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