# How to Find the Largest product in a Series in Python

## The challenge

Complete the `greatestProduct`

method so that it’ll find the greatest product of five consecutive digits in the given string of digits.

**Example:**

```
greatestProduct("123834539327238239583") # should return 3240
```

The input string always has more than five digits.

## The solution in Python code

Option 1:

```
from itertools import islice
from functools import reduce
def greatest_product(n):
numbers=[int(value) for value in n]
result=[reduce(lambda x,y: x*y, islice(numbers, i, i+5), 1) for i in range(len(numbers)-4)]
return max(result)
```

Option 2:

```
def greatest_product(n):
L=[]
L1=[]
for i in n:
L.append(int(i))
for i in range(len(L)-4):
a=(L[i])*(L[i+1])*(L[i+2])*(L[i+3])*(L[i+4])
L1.append(a)
return max(L1)
```

Option 3:

```
from math import prod
def greatest_product(s, m=0):
for i in range(0, len(s)-4):
m = max(m, prod(map(int,s[i:i+5])))
return m
```

## Test cases to validate our solution

```
test.describe("Basic tests")
test.assert_equals(greatest_product("123834539327238239583"), 3240)
test.assert_equals(greatest_product("395831238345393272382"), 3240)
test.assert_equals(greatest_product("92494737828244222221111111532909999"), 5292)
test.assert_equals(greatest_product("92494737828244222221111111532909999"), 5292)
test.assert_equals(greatest_product("02494037820244202221011110532909999"), 0)
```