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Introduction Welcome to a new code snippet in Python. This post is a beginner level one in which we are going to implement a basic Python class to represent a circle and be able to compute the area using different methods. You will learn how to define a class in Python, use default parameter values

Set vs list in Python A better way to understand the key difference between sets and lists in Python is to understand the definition regardless of language or syntax. Generally speaking, a set is a mathematical concept which refers to a collection of distinct objects (in math they are called elements). Distinct means there are

Introduction In this tutorial, we are going to create a containerized machine learning application. It is a simple application but it can be used as a template to build a more serious one. I hope by the end of this post you will have a basic idea about the following cool topics and technologies: Machine

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For definition and C++ implementation you may refer to the following post. This post reimplements it in Python. Python code If you run the code snippet above you should get the output below If you have comments ? questions ? pease use the comments section below. Thanks for reading.

Problem Given two integers A less than B. Write Python code to find the greatest common divisor between A and B commonly known as GCD. Definition GCD(A, B) is the largest positive integer that divides A and B without a remainder. We can loop starting at 2 ending at A and whenever we find a

Syntax The power function in Python can be easily computed by importing the math module as follows: You can alternatively use the ** syntax as follows: Modular Exponentiation The power function can also be used as: This is called modular exponentiation which is useful in some computer science applications especially public key cryptography, for example:

Amicable Numbers Definition Two positive integer numbers (m, n) are amicable if the sum of the proper divisors of (m) is equal to (n) and the sum of the proper divisors of (n) is equal to (m). A proper divisor of a number does not include the number itself. For example, the proper divisors of