Newbie question on tuples

Carmine Noviello cnoviello at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 5 22:30:12 CET 2004


"Thomas Philips" <tkpmep at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:b4a8ffb6.0402051309.4292ccf1 at posting.google.com

> How does one find the position of an item in a tuple. i.e. If the
> tuple is ("rock", "scissors", "paper"), what function (or method) do I
> call with "rock" to get 0 or with "paper" to get 2?
> 
> Thomas Philips

def indexOf(t, elem):
	ret = -1 #Not in tuple
	for i in range(len(t)):
		if t[i] == elem:
			ret = i
			break
	return ret

-Bye


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