I currently use three different functions to return a numeric value (one returns a double, the other two return a long):

## Is `list()` considered a function?

list is obviously a built-in type in Python. I saw a comment under this question which calls list() a built-in function. And when we check the documentation, it is, indeed, included in Built-in functions list but the documentation again states:

## Simplest way to determine return type of function

Given a very simple, but lengthy function, such as:What is the most simple and concise way to determine the function's return type (ReturnTypeOfFoo, in this example: int) at compile time without repeating the function's parameter types (by name only, since it is known that the function does not have any...

## C++17: Most simple way to determine return type of function

## Elixir, using function from another module

I am extremly new to the programming and to the elixir. So I am very exited to learn as much as i can. But ive got a trouble. I looking the way how to use my functions in another module. I am building the web-server wich stores the key-value maps...

## How do I create an array of function pointers of different prototypes?

I have a few functions defined like this:I would like to put them into an array of some kind as follows:

## Python function that identifies if the numbers in a list or array are closer to 0 or 1

I have a numpy array of numbers. Below is an example:I want to know if each of the numbers is closer to 0 or 1. Is there a function in Python that could do it or do I have to do it manually?

## Python function that identifies if a number is closer to 0 or 1

I have a list of numbers. Below is an example:I want to know if each of the number is close to 0 or 1. Is there a function in python that could do it or do I have to do it manually?

## Why do we add 1 to the count when counting something? [on hold]

I was wondering, why did we use count++ instead of, for example count += 0, to count the number of even numbers?

## How to store methods as function pointers in a map container?

I want to be able to call functions based on the data I read from file. So for each item type, I want to call the desired reader method. I wrote this code, but it does not compile where I want to add function pointers to the map. What is...