Today I am going to explain my understanding on some of the amazing functions available in python's itertools module. These too are very essential functions, and a clear understanding of these methods would help one in becoming a better python programmer. All these methods will return an iterable object as response.
Returns only those for which the predicate is False. If predicate is None, return the items that are false.
Maps the list of elements to a function and provide the applied result. This method can accept several lists as arguments depending on the target function's arguments.
Accepts 3 argumenst namely start,stop and the iterator and returns a subset of the list.This is similar to substr and normal index slicing.
This method maps the given two lists(iterables) and returns a tuple.