# Lambda function in Python

A lambda function is a small anonymous function. A lambda function can take any number of arguments, but can only have one expression.

Example 1:

```
# Add 10 to argument a, and return the result
x = lambda a: a + 10
print(x(5))
# Output:
# 15
```

Example 2:

```
# Multiply argument a and b and return the result
x = lambda a, b: a * b
print(x(5, 6))
# Output:
# 30
```

Example 3:

```
# Reuse a lambda function with unknown parameter
def multipiler(n):
return lambda a: a * n
m2 = multipiler(2)
print(m2(1000))
m3 = multipiler(3)
print(m3(1000))
m10 = multipiler(10)
print(m10(1000))
# Output:
# 2000
# 3000
# 10000
```