Cna gr - 7 months ago 28

Python Question

I want to have a Multiplication table... with a given n.

I tried... but my solution does not return what I want!

If n=3

def should return this:

`[[1, 2, 3, 4],`

[2, 4, 6, 8],

[3, 6, 9, 12],

[4, 8, 12, 16]]

My solution:

`def multiplication_table(n):`

r=[]

m = list(list(range(1*i,(n+1)*i, i)) for i in range(1,n+1))

for i in m:

i = [str(j).rjust(len(str(m[-1][-1]))+1) for j in i]

r.append(i)

return r

n=4

print(multiplication_table(n))

But it returns:

`[[' 1',' 2',' 3',' 4'],`

[' 2',' 4',' 6',' 8'],

[' 3',' 6',' 9',' 12'],

[' 4',' 8',' 12',' 16']]

It return string in list... but I want int in my list!

I tried other ways but I could not solve this!

Can anyone help me?

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Answer Source

This should solve your problem I guess.

```
def multiplication_table(n):
r=[]
m = list(list(range(1*i,(n+1)*i, i)) for i in range(1,n+1))
for i in m:
i = [int(str(j).rjust(len(str(m[-1][-1]))+1)) for j in i]
r.append(i)
return r
```

n=4 print(multiplication_table(n))

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