Introduction In this short article we will look into Python generators. A generator is, > a function that returns an object (iterator) which we can iterate over (one value at a time).[1] Therefore, unlike lists, they are considered lazy. The key benefit to generators is that as they only produce one item at a time they can reduce memory overhead when dealing with large datasets. For example, let us consider you have a 2 million line log file. You want to parse each line and perform a whois

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