Python Lambda Functions

A lambda function is a function without a name i.e. an anonymous function. The keyword lambda is used to define a lambda function in Python and has only a single expression.

Syntax of Lambda Functions

The lambda function can have any number of arguments, but only one expression.

Examples of Lambda Functions

Following are some of the examples of the usage of Lambda Functions:

Example 1 – Multiplying a number to an argument with Python Lambda


Example 2 – Display a string with Python Lambda Functions

In this example, we will declare a string and display it with Lambda Functions.


Example 3 – Lambda Functions with more than arguments

In this example, we will multiply 3 arguments with lambda functions.


Example 4 – Find the maximum of two numbers with Lambda Functions

In this example, we will use the if-else statement to display the maximum of two given numbers.


Example 5 – Find the square of a number with Python Lambda Functions


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