Python | fsum() function

fsum() is inbuilt function in Python, used to find sum between some range or an iterable. To use this function we need to import the math library.

Syntax :

maths.fsum( iterable )

Parameter :

iterable : Here we pass some value
which is iterable like arrays, list.

Use :

fsum() is used to find the sum
of some range, array , list.

Return Type :

The function return a
floating point number.

 

Code demonstrating fsum() :

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# Python code to demonstrate use  
# of math.fsum() function
  
# fsum() is found in math library
import math
  
# range(10)
print(math.fsum(range(10)))
  
# Integer list
arr = [1, 4, 6]
print(math.fsum(arr))
  
# Floating point list
arr = [2.5, 2.4, 3.09]
print(math.fsum(arr))

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Output :

45.0
11.0
7.99


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