what are Inbuilt functions in python? | Built in functions


Inbuilt functions are like Readymade materials available, We can take them and use them for our requirements

but we can’t change them since they are immutable

every builtin function will have their own operations

How many built in functions are there in python?

there are over 68 built-in functions available in python

Some of the commmonly used inbuilt functions are

Inbuilt FunctionsExplanation
Print() prints the particularly given object
abs()gives the absolute value of a number
max()largest of the given parameters
min()smallest in the given parameters
pow()gives the power of the given parameters
range()the sequence of numbers between the given start integer to the ending integer.
round()floating point into a specified number of decimal points
slice()it is used to slice a list, tuple, etc
sum()adds the given parameters and returns the added
type()it will return what type of object or function it is with the parameters passed to it
str()it will return the converted string of the given object
reversed()it reverses the sequence of the given sequence
property()it will return the property of the attribute
id()returns the unique integer address of the object
help()Python has an inbuilt help system by using this help() function we can clear our doubts
hex()converts an integer into a respective hexadecimal number
hash()returns the hash value of the object
bin()converts given type into binary format and return value
input()gets input from the user and returns it
open()it is used to open a file and returns the file objects
these are the most commonly used built-in functions in python

Can we create our own functions as per our convinience??

The answer is Yess

Python allows you to create your own functions at your own wish

those are called user-defined functions

want to know how to create them??

What are User defined functions ?

User-defined functions click here

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