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# A Python program to display the powers of ‘3’ using anonymous functions/lambda functions.

In python Lambda/Anonymous functions are those functions which are declared without name. Those anonymous functions are defined by a keyword known as “Lambda” and hence those are also called a lambda functions. The following is an example program that displays the powers of 3 using anonymous functions/lambda functions.

```count = 10
b=int(input("Enter a number: "))
my_list = list(map(lambda x: b ** x , range(count)))
print("The powers of ",b," upto range of 10 are: ")
for i in range(count):
print(b," to the power of ",i,"is",my_list[i])

```

Explanation

In the above program the ‘count’ is set to 10 and it states that to print the powers of the input number upto range of 10 (i.e 0 to 9). The map( ) function inside the statement my_list = list(map(lambda x: b ** x , range(count))) returns the values of lambda expression x: b ** x for each element in the list upto a specified range and is stored in a variable called ‘my_list’ here. We used for loop here to perform looping on the every element in a list upto the range and finally print the powers of input number.

Output

 Enter a number: 5 The powers of  5  upto range of 10 are: 5  to the power of  0 is 1 5  to the power of  1 is 5 5  to the power of  2 is 25 5  to the power of  3 is 125 5  to the power of  4 is 625 5  to the power of  5 is 3125 5  to the power of  6 is 15625 5  to the power of  7 is 78125 5  to the power of  8 is 390625 5  to the power of  9 is 1953125

TestCase 2

 Enter a number: 7 The powers of  7  upto range of 10 are: 7  to the power of  0 is 1 7  to the power of  1 is 7 7  to the power of  2 is 49 7  to the power of  3 is 343 7  to the power of  4 is 2401 7  to the power of  5 is 16807 7  to the power of  6 is 117649 7  to the power of  7 is 823543 7  to the power of  8 is 5764801 7  to the power of  9 is 40353607

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