UpmostScarab - 1 year ago 116

Python Question

I have a list of lambda functions. Lets say this one

`l = [lambda x:x**i for i in range(n)]`

For every n I need to be able to sum them so I'd have a function like this:

`f = lambda x: x + x**2 + x**3 + ... + x**n`

Is there any way?

Edit: I wasn't clear. I don't know anything about that functions.

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Answer Source

Is this the solution you're looking for?

Python 3.x:

```
n = 5
g = lambda y: sum( f(y) for f in (lambda x: x**i for i in range(n)) )
print(g(5)) # 781
```

Python 2.x:

```
n = 5
g = lambda y: sum( f(y) for f in (lambda x: x**i for i in xrange(n)) )
print g(5) # 781
```