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How do I capitalize each parameter in a function definition using Python?


How do I capitalize each parameter in a function definition using Python?

By : user2172352
Date : October 24 2020, 08:10 AM
like below fixes the issue A simple solution could be using string slicing and capitalize() function
code :
a='function example(parameter1 : p1; parameter2 : p2);'
temp=''
start_brace_index=a.index('(')
end_brance_index=a.index(')')

for i in a[start_brace_index+1:end_brance_index].split(';'):
    temp+=i.strip().capitalize()+', '
print(a[:start_brace_index+1]+temp.rstrip(', ')+a[end_brance_index:])
'function example(Parameter1 : p1, Parameter2 : p2);'


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Python definition function parameter passing

Python definition function parameter passing


By : Krunal Prajapati
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you If I understand what do you need then I think simplest way that python brings you is next ->
code :
class Helper:pass 

# use name space
def one(a):  
    a.x=1
    a.y=2
    a.z=3
    a.h=33
    a.j=454
    a.l=353
    a.m=898

def two(a):
    a.y=7

a=Helper()

one(a)
print(a.x,a.y)
two(a)
print(a.x,a.y)

#-------------------------------------------------------------------
# I think you have solution and dont need to read next lines :)
# next lines are just bonus ;)
#-------------------------------------------------------------------

# you could use more independent "namespaces"
b=Helper()
one(b)
print(b.y)
print(a.y)  # "namespace a" is unchanged

# if you like to see which attributes are defined you could use funciton dir
# (under python3 it is a little more complicated)
print(dir(a))
print(dir(b))

# please dont do next lines at home!!! :P:P:P (__builtins__ is special you could get unwanted results!) 
one(__builtins__)

print(x) # 
(Python) Capitalize first letter of every word without using .title() or .capitalize()

(Python) Capitalize first letter of every word without using .title() or .capitalize()


By : Baccata
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Break the problem down to its most basic components. First, you will want some way to capitalize a word. You say in your question that you can't use .title() / .capitalize(), etc... so I will assume .upper() is out as well.
So you want a function like this
code :
def capitalize_word(word):
    # do something to ensure word starts with a capital letter
    # and modify it if it doesn't
    return word
def titlecase_sentence(sentence):
    # break the sentence on spaces
    words = sentence.split()
    capitalized_words = []
    # iterate through your words and store the capitalized version of each
    for word in words:
        capitalized_word = capitalize_word(word)
        capitalized_words.append(capitalized_word)
    # join your capitalized words back into a sentence 
    capitalized_sentence = " ".join(capitalized_words)
    return capitalized_sentence
ord_Z = ord('Z')
ord_A = ord('A')

def capitalize_word(word):
    first_ord = ord(word[0])
    if not (ord_A <= first_ord <= ord_Z):
        word = chr(first_ord - 32) + word[1:]
    return word
Typescript function definition to ensure second parameter is same type as first parameter

Typescript function definition to ensure second parameter is same type as first parameter


By : Tanya Pekna
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out You can add a generic type parameter to the function ad use it for both object1 and object2
code :
const doSomething = <T,>(object1: T, object2: T) => { // comma for tsx files
  return { ...object1, ...object2 }
}
const doSomething = <T, U extends T>(object1: T, object2: U & (keyof U extends keyof T ? {} : "No etxra keys")) => { // comma for tsx files
  return { ...object1, ...object2 }
}
Python function definition global parameter

Python function definition global parameter


By : Aoiken
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you place the global inside test().
global is used inside functions so that we can change global variables or create variables that are added to the global namespace. :
python 3.3.2 function definition multi parameter syntax

python 3.3.2 function definition multi parameter syntax


By : Nicholas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine That feature -- tuple parameter unpacking -- was removed from Python 3: http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3113/
You should rewrite your code:
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