### [DSA in Python] sum_of_squares.py

This was the fourth exercise of Chapter 1 (Python Primer) in the book 'Data Structures and Algorithms in Python' by Goodrich et al.

Problem: "Write a short Python function that takes a positive integer n and returns the sum of the squares of all the positive integers smaller than n."

Solution:
The solution is very straightforward. We want to take all the numbers that are less than n and then square each of the numbers. We then take these squared numbers and add them all up.
We can also use list comprehension and Python's built-in function sum to make the code shorter:

Remarks:
• Comprehension provides a short way of constructing sequences such as lists, sets, dictionaries, and so on.
• Let's say we want to create a list consisting of numbers up to, but not including, n
• Let n = 5, then we can create a list like so: m = [1, 2, 3, 4]
• We set variable m to hold a list
• However, we can also write it like so: m = [i for i in range(n)], where n = 5
• As we can see, we can easily change n to be something else besides 5.