Given few lines of code inside a string variable and execute the code inside the string.
Input: code = """ a = 6+5 print(a)""" Output: 11 Explanation: Mind it that "code" is a variable and not python code. It contains another code, which we need to execute. Input: code = """ def factorial(num): for i in range(1,num+1): fact = fact*i return fact print(factorial(5))""" Output: 120 Explanation: On executing the program cantoning the variable in Python we must get the result after executing the content of the variable.
Here we use the exec() function to solve the code contained inside a variable. exec() function is used for the dynamic execution of Python code. It can take a block of code containing Python statements like loops, class, function/method definitions and even try/except block. This function doesn’t return anything. The code below solves the problem and explains the exec() function.
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