Have you ever had to work with a dataset so large that it overwhelmed your machine’s memory? Or maybe you have a complex function that needs to maintain an internal state every time it’s called, but the function is too small to justify creating its own class. In these cases and more, generators and the Python yield statement are here to help.
By the end of this course, you’ll know:
What generators are and how to use them
How to create generator functions and expressions
How the Python yield statement works
How to use multiple Python yield statements in a generator function
How to use