[Python-Dev] zip() and list-comprehension with commas
Wed, 12 Jul 2000 10:59:09 +0000
Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2000, Peter Schneider-Kamp wrote:
> > +1 on this. no performance hit (probably a small gain),
> > "zip" is imho the right name (see e.g. haskell).
> Indeed, a nice coincidence. :)
I am still thinking about higher order functions in Python:
e.g.: map(+ 1, [1, 2, 3]) instead of map(lambda x: x + 1, [1, 2, 3])
don't have a clue how to do that yet.
> Alas, the vertical bar is already a bitwise-or operator, and
> couldn't safely be placed next to the <expr>.
> Semicolon might be worth considering here, actually: [f(x); for x in l]
Better than just a comma anyway. Okay for me.
> [(x, y), for x in list1, if x > 1, for y in list2, if y > 2]
> The first would produce [(2, 3), (3, 3)], and the second would
> It would have to be written:
> [(x, y, z), for x in l1, for y in l2, for z in l3]
but that's loosing some of it's beauty for me. if we'd use the
semicolon [ x, y, z; for x in l1, for y in l2, for z in l3]
looks better to me.
okay, really heading off to work now,
Peter Schneider-Kamp ++47-7388-7331
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