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Python | Check if all the values in a list that are greater than a given value
  • Last Updated : 21 Nov, 2018

Given a list, print all the values in a list that are greater than the given value

Examples:

Input : list = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50] 
        given value = 20 
Output : No

Input : list = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50] 
        given value = 5 
Output : Yes

Method 1: Traversal of list

By traversing in the list, we can compare every element and check if all the elements in the given list are greater than the given value or not.




# python program to check if all 
# values in the list are greater 
# than val using traversal
  
def check(list1, val):
      
    # traverse in the list
    for x in list1:
  
        # compare with all the values
        # with val
        if val>= x:
            return False 
    return True
      
      
# driver code 
list1 =[10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60]
val = 5
if(check(list1, val)):
    print"Yes"
else:
    print"No"
  
val = 20 
if(check(list1, val)):
    print"Yes"
else:
    print"No"

Output:



Yes
No

Method 2: Using all() function:

Using all() function we can check if all values are greater than any given value in a single line. It returns true if the given condition inside the all() function is true for all values, else it returns false.




# python program to check if all 
# values in the list are greater
# than val using all() function
  
def check(list1, val):
    return(all(x > val for x in list1))
      
      
# driver code 
list1 =[10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60]
val = 5
if(check(list1, val)):
    print"Yes"
else:
    print"No"
  
val = 20 
if (check(list1, val)):
    print"Yes"
else:
    print"No"

Output:

Yes
No

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