In this tutorial, you will use assignment expressions in several examples to produce concise sections of code. How To Use Assignment Expressions in Python
Python 3.8, released in October 2019, adds assignment expressions to Python via the
:= syntax. The assignment expression syntax is also sometimes called “the walrus operator” because
:= vaguely resembles a walrus with tusks.
Assignment expressions allow variable assignments to occur inside of larger expressions. While assignment expressions are never strictly necessary to write correct Python code, they can help make existing Python code more concise. For example, assignment expressions using the
:= syntax allow variables to be assigned inside of if statements, which can often produce shorter and more compact sections of Python code by eliminating variable assignments in lines preceding or following the
In this tutorial, you will use assignment expressions in several examples to produce concise sections of code.
To get the most out of this tutorial, you will need:
ifstatements, list comprehensions, and functions in Python 3 is useful, but not necessary. You can review our How To Code in Python 3 tutorial series for background knowledge.
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