Zipped lists are those lists where several lists are mapped together to form one list which can be used as one entity altogether. In Python
Zip() function is used to map different lists.
Let’s discuss a few methods to demonstrate the problem.
Method #1: Using lambda and sort
Initial zipped list - [('geeks', 3), ('for', 2), ('Geeks', 1)] final list - [('Geeks', 1), ('for', 2), ('geeks', 3)]
Method #2: Using operator and sort
Initial zipped list - [('akshat', 3), ('Manjeet', 2), ('nikhil', 1)] final list - [('nikhil', 1), ('Manjeet', 2), ('akshat', 3)]
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