gerhard.haering at gmx.de
Thu Jun 27 18:23:51 CEST 2002
Am Thu, 27 Jun 2002 15:46:25 GMT schrieben Sie (Mark <Aristotle_00 at yahoo.com>):
> Let line be a list of lists where the sublists are the same length.
> For example:
> line = [ [0,1,2], [3,4,5], [6,7,8] ]
> Now, I can do:
> zip(line, line, line)
> to "invert" the array. Now, I'd like to do two different things:
> 1) instead of producing tuples, I'd like to produce lists.
> 2) I'd like to extend this to an arbitrary number of lists. If it were
> possible, I'd do zip(line, line, ..., line[n]) but this doesn't seem to
> compile :).
> Is there a way to make zip() do this, or should I stop trying to hammer with
> a wrench?
The *sequence form of calls is described in chapter 5.3.4 of the language
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