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rest-api-cryptocurrencies-rates | JS ES6 HTML5 Cryptocurrencies rates REST Api implementation and Canvas.JS with AJAX, JQuery and Bootstrap

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rest-api-cryptocurrencies-rates is a JavaScript library typically used in Programming Style, Bootstrap, jQuery applications. rest-api-cryptocurrencies-rates has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
JS ES6 HTML5 Cryptocurrencies rates REST Api implementation and Canvas.JS with AJAX, JQuery and Bootstrap

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JS ES6 HTML5 Cryptocurrencies rates REST Api implementation and Canvas.JS with AJAX, JQuery and Bootstrap

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QUESTION

Use for loop or multiple prints?

Asked 2022-Mar-01 at 21:31

What programming style should I use?

...
print(1)
print(2)

or

...
for i in range(1, 3):
    print(i)

The output is the same 1 and on the next line 2, but which version should I use as a Python programmer?

I mean the first version is redundant or not?

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-01 at 21:31

It depends.

There is an old rule "three or more, use for". (source)

On the other hand, sometimes unrolling a loop can offer a speed-up. (But that's generally more true in C or assembly.)

You should do what makes your program more clear.

For example, in the code below, I wrote out the calculations for the ABD matrix of a fiber reinforced composite laminate, because making nested loops would make it more complex in this case;

    for la, z2, z3 in zip(layers, lz2, lz3):
        # first row
        ABD[0][0] += la.Q̅11 * la.thickness  # Hyer:1998, p. 290
        ABD[0][1] += la.Q̅12 * la.thickness
        ABD[0][2] += la.Q̅16 * la.thickness
        ABD[0][3] += la.Q̅11 * z2
        ABD[0][4] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[0][5] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        # second row
        ABD[1][0] += la.Q̅12 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][1] += la.Q̅22 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][2] += la.Q̅26 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][3] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[1][4] += la.Q̅22 * z2
        ABD[1][5] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        # third row
        ABD[2][0] += la.Q̅16 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][1] += la.Q̅26 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][2] += la.Q̅66 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][3] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[2][4] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[2][5] += la.Q̅66 * z2
        # fourth row
        ABD[3][0] += la.Q̅11 * z2
        ABD[3][1] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[3][2] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[3][3] += la.Q̅11 * z3
        ABD[3][4] += la.Q̅12 * z3
        ABD[3][5] += la.Q̅16 * z3
        # fifth row
        ABD[4][0] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[4][1] += la.Q̅22 * z2
        ABD[4][2] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[4][3] += la.Q̅12 * z3
        ABD[4][4] += la.Q̅22 * z3
        ABD[4][5] += la.Q̅26 * z3
        # sixth row
        ABD[5][0] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[5][1] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[5][2] += la.Q̅66 * z2
        ABD[5][3] += la.Q̅16 * z3
        ABD[5][4] += la.Q̅26 * z3
        ABD[5][5] += la.Q̅66 * z3
        # Calculate unit thermal stress resultants.
        # Hyer:1998, p. 445
        Ntx += (la.Q̅11 * la.αx + la.Q̅12 * la.αy + la.Q̅16 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        Nty += (la.Q̅12 * la.αx + la.Q̅22 * la.αy + la.Q̅26 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        Ntxy += (la.Q̅16 * la.αx + la.Q̅26 * la.αy + la.Q̅66 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        # Calculate H matrix (derived from Barbero:2018, p. 181)
        sb = 5 / 4 * (la.thickness - 4 * z3 / thickness ** 2)
        H[0][0] += la.Q̅s44 * sb
        H[0][1] += la.Q̅s45 * sb
        H[1][0] += la.Q̅s45 * sb
        H[1][1] += la.Q̅s55 * sb
        # Calculate E3
        c3 += la.thickness / la.E3

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71314703

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