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Python library that takes in a list/tuple and returns a hash map with an element:count of element in the list/tuple as a key:value pair

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py_functions

Python library that takes in a list/tuple and returns a hash map with an element:count of element in the list/tuple as a key:value pair

py_counter


DESCRIPTION:

py_counter is used to make element counting easier to perform duplicate element finding, or simply count of elements(integers or strings) in a list/tuple easier.


USAGE:
import package name
Create an instance of the class and assign it to a variable
Call the counter method referencing the variable instance that we created by passing a list or tuple as parameter.


SYNTAX:

import py_counter
variable_name = py_counter.py_counter()
print(variable_name.counter([list])) (or)
print(variable_name.counter([list]))


EXAMPLE CODE:

import py_counter
word = py_counter.py_counter()
print(word.counter([1,2,3,4,5,5]))

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