donb at init.com
Mon Apr 17 17:20:31 EDT 2000
jimsp <jimsp at ichips.intel.com> wrote:
> How about
> >>> import random
> >>> x = *1000000
> >>> y = map(lambda x: random.randint(1,10), x)
Hmm.... believe it or not that one is much closer to what I meant to
type as my 'or better' example, than the rubbish that I did type ;)
But, this one beats it (and I tested it this time ;).
y = map(lambda x, randint=random.randint: randint(1,10), xrange(100000))
and this one is better still (at least on my machine):
from random import randint
r = [0,] * 100000
for i in xrange(100000):
r[i] = randint(1,10)
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