list comprehension question
dwightdhutto at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 04:22:29 CEST 2012
On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 10:13 PM, Dave Angel <d at davea.name> wrote:
> On 10/16/2012 09:54 PM, Kevin Anthony wrote:
>> I've been teaching myself list comprehension, and i've run across something
>> i'm not able to convert.
>> here's the original code for matrix multiplcation
>> retmatrix = Matrix(self.__row,other.__col)
>> for m in range(0,retmatrix.__row):
>> for n in range(0,retmatrix.__col):
>> product = 0
>> for p in range(1,self.__col+1):
>> product += (self.__matrix[m][p] * other.__matrix[p][n])
>> retmatrix.__matrix[m][n] = product
>> Here is what i have so far:
>> retmatrix.__matrix = [[ product = product + (self.__matrix[m][p]*
>> if product else self.__matrix[m][p]* other.__matrix[p][n])
>> for p in range(0,self.col)
>> for n in range(0,self.col)]
>> for m in range(0,self.__row)]
>> But i know that isn't correct, can someone nudge my in the right direction?
> The biggest thing to learn about list comprehensions is when not to use
> them. I can't imagine how your latter version (even if correct) is
> clearer than the first.
I think he might be using the wrong function for a matrix
multiplication, not that it's not workable, but there are other
libraries like numpy that could help out.
I wouldn't use list comprehension for this, unless it might be several
lists that interact.
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