Login and get codingAs defined by the OED, an anagram is

a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another.Given a list of strings, return a list with any anagrams grouped together into sub-lists.

Example:

>>> from anagram import group_anagrams

>>> anagrams = ["eat", "tea", "tan", "ate", "nat", "bat"]

>>> group_anagrams(anagrams)

[["eat", "tea", "ate"], ["tan", "nat"], ["bat"]]Example 2:

>>> from anagram import group_anagrams

>>> anagrams = ["bat", "tab", "bad", "dab", "nat", "tan"]

>>> group_anagrams(anagrams)

[["bad", "dab"], ["bat", "tab"], ["nat", "tan"]]## Learner's Task

Your task is to write a function which:

- Takes a list of strings as input.

- Groups any anagrams among them further into sub-lists.

- Returns the grouped anagrams as a

listcontaininglistscontainingstrings.

Assumptions:- You do not need to perform validation to determine whether the list does, in fact, contain anagrams.

- Any non-anagram should also go in its own sub-list (of one)

- Within the returned list, the anagrams can be in any order, i.e., the following are equally valid:

[['eat', 'tea', 'ate'], ['tan', 'nat'], ['bat']]

[['bat'], ['eat', 'tea', 'ate'], ['tan', 'nat']]

Hints:- There are different ways to solve this problem

- One way is to use Python's

`collections`

module, specifically`defaultdict`

.Keep calm and code in Python!

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