When it is required to display elements with factors count less than K, a method is defined that takes two parameters and uses list comprehension to iterate over the elements and use ‘modulus’ operator to determine the result.
Below is a demonstration of the same −
def factors(element, K): return len([index for index in range(1, element + 1) if element % index == 0]) <= K my_list = [63, 112, 168, 26, 68] print("The list is :") print(my_list) K = 5 print("The value for K is ") print(K) my_result = [element for element in my_list if factors(element, K)] print("The result is :") print(my_result)
The list is : [63, 112, 168, 26, 68] The value for K is 5 The result is : 
A method is defined that takes element and key as parameters, and uses the modulus operator between the element and the index and compares it with 0.
This result is then compared with the key and the length of the entire operation is returned as output.
A list is defined and displayed on the console.
The value for K is defined.
A list comprehension is used to iterate over the list, and every row and the method is called by passing the required parameter.
This result is assigned to a variable.
This is the output that is displayed on the console.