Sourcery refactoring id:
Replaces duplicate conditionals looking for the minimum or maximum value of
multiple variables with a
if first_hat.price < second_hat.price: cheapest_hat_price = first_hat.price else: cheapest_hat_price = second_hat.price
if sale_price >= 10: sale_price = 10
cheapest_hat_price = min(first_hat.price, second_hat.price)
sale_price = min(sale_price, 10)
We often need to work out the smallest or largest of two values, and the
quickest way to do this in Python is to use the built-in
functions. This results in a shorter and clearer way to achieve the same result.
The same functions also offer a shortcut for when we want to put a cap or a
floor on the value of a variable.