insertion in lists

Aloysio Figueiredo xpythonist at yahoo.com.br
Wed Mar 3 20:50:20 CET 2004


I'm not sure if I understand your question, but I think you forgot
to make list[0] a list itself:


>>> element = 1                ## 1 or whatever
>>> list = []
>>> list.insert(0, [])
>>> list[0].insert(0, element)
>>> list[0][0]
1

Now, we have list[0][0] = element...

Aloysio

 --- Lupe <luis_ at iname.com> escreveu: 
> hi,
> 
> I'm trying to have a kind of multi-dimensional list which seems to me
> to be
> the best way to have an array of not known extension, at the begining
> of
> the program.
> 
> if I have:
>         element
> 
>         list [0]
> and want to have list[0][0]
>                  list[0][1]
> 
> how can I insert the element to that list[0][0], for example?
> just to put things clearer, if I wanted to insert the element in
> list[0] I
> could do list.insert(0,element).
> 
> I've tried list[0].insert(0,element) but gives me an error.
> 
> 
> Luis
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