Range and Xrange in Python

Simply, range uses memory and store the list and xrange does not use memory.

>> x = xrange(1,10)

>> type (x)

Result : xrange

>>  x2 = range(1,10)

>>  type (x)

Result : list

In Python 3, range is a xrange. So, do not store in the memory.

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