feature request: mul
gerrit at nl.linux.org
Thu Jun 19 00:04:39 CEST 2003
Jacek Generowicz wrote:
> mis6 at pitt.edu (Michele Simionato) writes:
> > import operator
> > multi_and=lambda it: reduce(operator.mul,it)
> > if multi_and(condition):
> > dosomething()
> > but frankly it is too ugly for my taste. Having
> > 'sum' and 'mul' the use cases for 'reduce' would
> > drop, which I think is a good thing.
> You don't like abstraction ?
One could also use:
sum(map(bool, it)) or sum(map(abs, it)).
I have two use cases in my program. One is with a (200-elem) list of
booleans (pygame.keys.get_pressed()). One is with coordinates for a
direction, [-1 - 1, -1 - 1]. Because of this thread, I encountered
this bug and fixed it :)
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