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Your First Lambda Functions

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In this lesson, you’re going to see some code created in the Python REPL, where you can create your first lambda functions. You’ll try a few lambda functions yourself in order to square a number, add two numbers together, and multiply three numbers.

You’ll also take a quick look at using default values. It’s also possible to assign default values for the variable. This can make your lambda expressions more convenient to use.

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