Python One Line Return if

Problem: How to return from a Python function or method in single line?

Example: Consider the following “goal” statement:

def f(x):
return None if x == 0

However, this leads to a Syntax error:

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to write the return statement with an if expression in a single line of Python code. You can get an overview of the three methods in the interactive code shell:

Exercise: The code has no output. Print the results of all three function executions for a given x. Is it always the same?

Let’s dive into the three methods.

Method 1: As a Multi-Liner

The following

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