Question about nested lists!
aleaxit at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 3 08:39:25 CEST 2001
"rainlet" <orrego at mail2000.com.tw> wrote in message
news:f37349a7.0108021859.4f620ec2 at posting.google.com...
> I use a nested list to make a 2-d array. The code follows:
> floor_member = [ 0 ]
> for x in range ( 9 ) :
> floor_member.append ( 0 )
> floor = [ floor_member ]
> for y in range ( 9 ) :
> floor.append ( floor_member )
This buils a peculiar structure indeed, 10 items all
referring to the same list object. Simpler:
floor = [ *10 for x in range(10) ]
and now the anomaly you've observed (and many
others) disappear (this is also faster & more
concise, of course).
If you insist in doing it your way, at least you have
to modify your code so a COPY of floor_member is
used each time rather than the object itself, using
as the last statement.
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