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Python Program: JSON to CSV Conversion

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JavaScript object notion is also called JSON file, it's data you can write to a CSV file. Here's a sample python logic for your ready reference.  You can write a simple python program by importing the JSON, and CSV packages. This is your first step. It is helpful to use all the JSON methods in your python logic. That means the required package is JSON. So far, so good. In the next step, I'll show you how to write a Python program. You'll also find each term explained. What is JSON File JSON is key value pair file. The popular use of JSON file is to transmit data between heterogeneous applications. Python supports JSON file. What is CSV File The CSV is comma separated file. It is popularly used to send and receive data. How to Write JSON file data to a CSV file Here the JSON data that has written to CSV file. It's simple method and you can use for CSV file conversion use. import csv, json json_string = '[{"value1": 1, "value2": 2,"value3

The Crucial Difference Between List and NumPy Array

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Here are the differences between List and NumPy Array. Both store data, but technically these are not the same. You'll find here where they differ from each other. Python Lists Here is all about Python lists: Lists can have data of different data types. For instance, data = [3, 3.2, 4.6, 6, 6.8, 9, “hello”, ‘a’] Operations such as subtraction, multiplying, and division allow doing through loops Storage space required is more, as each element is considered an object in Python Execution time is high for large datasets Lists are inbuilt data types How to create array types in Python NumPy Arrays Here is all about NumPy Arrays: Numpy arrays are containers for storing only homogeneous data types. For example: data= [3.2, 4.6, 6.8]; data=[3, 6, 9]; data=[‘hello’, ‘a’] Numpy is designed to do all mathematical operations in parallel and is also simpler than Python Numpy storage space is very much less compared to the list due to the practice of homogeneous data type Execution time is

Sets Vs Lists Python Programmer Tips

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Sets are only useful when trying to ensure unique items are preserved. Before sets were available, it was common to process items and check if they exist in a list (or dictionary) before adding them. List example Here unique is an empty list. Every time I compare with this list, and if it is not duplicated then the input item will append to the unique list.  >>> unique = []  >>> for name in ['srini', 'srini', 'rao', 'srini']:  ... if name not in unique:  ... unique.append(name)  ... >>> unique ['srini', 'rao'] There is no need to do this when using sets. Instead of appending you add to a set: Set example >>> for name in ['srini', 'srini', 'rao', 'srini']: ... unique.add(name)  ...  >>> unique {'srini', 'rao'} Just like tuples and lists, interacting with sets have some differences on how to access their items. You can't index them like lists an