SymPy | Subset.iterate_binary () in Python

Python Methods and Functions

Subset.iterate_binary (): iterate_binary () — nice Python library function that iterates over binary subsets in k steps. The meaning of & # 39; k & # 39; can be positive or negative.

Syntax:
sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subset.iterate_binary ()

Return:
iterates over the binary subsets by k steps

Code # 1: iterate_binary () example

# Python code explaining
# SymPy.Subset.iterate_binary ()

 
# import SymPy libraries

from sympy.combinatorics import Permutation, Cycle

from sympy.combinatorics.subsets import Subset

 
  # Use from
# sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subsets.iterate_binary ()

 
# Create a subset

a = Subset ([ 'c' , ' d' ], [ 'geek' , 'for' , ' c' , 'd' ])

 
# iterate_binary value

print ( "Subset a iterate_binary:" , a.iterate_binary ( 1 ). subset)

Exit:

Subset a iterate_binary: ['for']

Code # 2: iterate_binary () example

# Python code explaining
# SymPy.Subset.iterate_binary ()

 
# import SymPy libraries

from sympy.combinatorics import Permutation, Cycle

from sympy. combinatorics.subsets import Subset

 
# Use from
# sympy.combinatorics.subset.Subsets.iterate_binary ()

 
# Create a subset

a = Subset ([ 'c' , 'd' ], [ ' 23' , ' c' , 'd' ])

 
# iterate_binary value

print ( "Subset a iterate_binary:" , a.iterate_binary ( 2 ). subset)

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Exit:

Subset a iterate_binary: ['23', 'd']





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