why do we need zip() in python？
zip() is used to combine multiple lists, into a set of tuples.
One good example of a way to use it would be combining X coords with Y coords:
x_coords = [13, 45, 7] y_coords = [19, 6, 31] coords = zip(x_coords, y_coords) print(list(coords))
This will print:
[(13, 19), (45, 6), (7, 31)]
You can read the documentation for more information on it:
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