[Python-ideas] List indexing multiple elements
rainventions at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 16:04:28 EST 2017
So, to make sure I have this right: your proposal says array should be
indexable by a list of indexes as they're currently done, in a tuple,
right? Would this also mean that something like (1:4, 8:10, 13) should be
an acceptable constructor for a tuple?
On 20 February 2017 at 15:54, Ryan Gonzalez <rymg19 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Apologies if this has already been covered!
> Right now, if you want to get multiple elements in a list, you have to do:
> elements = [mylist[a], mylist[b]]
> My proposal is two-folded:
> - Right now, a[b,c] is already valid syntax, since it's just indexing a
> with the tuple (b, c). The proposal is to make this a specialization in the
> grammar, and also allow stuff like a[b:c, d:e] (like
> `a.__getitem__(slice(b, c), slice(d, e))`).
> - Add support for indexing via tuples in list.__getitem__.
> list.__getitem__(tuple) would roughly be equivalent to
> map(list.__getitem__, tuple).
> The first part is solely so that slices would be allowed in the syntax,
> but if you guys don't like the idea, the second part still stands.
> Thoughts? *ducks from flying tomatoes*
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