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Python Programming Language - Lambda

In Python, lambda functions are functions that are anonymous and can be created without the use of the def keyword. They are used to define a function in a single line of code that can be passed to another function as an argument The syntax for lambda functions is as follows: lambda arguments: expression Arguments is a list of function arguments, separated by commas (if the function does not accept any arguments, they can be left out).  The function will evaluate and return an expression. Difference between regular function and lambda function Syntax and usage are the main differences between a regular function and a lambda function. def is the keyword used to define a regular function that has a name and can accept arguments. It is capable of containing any code, including return expressions that return a value. Any part of the program can be used to call a regular function using its name. On the other hand, a lambda function is defined by using the lambda keyword and does not have a