One of the most recommendable Python modules, the Intertools module works with a lot. Grouping characters from a string or permutating the values in an array, you can count on it.
What is Intertools Module?
This module possesses building iterator codes. The three different types of iterators are infinite, combinatoric, and terminating.
Infinite interator has three types which are the count, repeat, and cycle. All these types are able to run an infinite loop. The count function has two parameters which are the start and the step. Repeat, on the other hand, accepts two parameters. One is the value that is produced repeatedly by the function, and the second one is the desired number of times the number should repeat.
The cycle function lets a cycle start from the beginning when its input reaches the end.
Combinatoric iterators have the function for cartesian, combinations, and permutations products. Terminating iterators give output from the input conditions. Its example functions are to accumulate, starmap, and filterfalse. The accumulate function has iterable and operator arguments. Filterfalse function instantly returns values if they do not match with the passed function’s