Faster way to do this...
roy at panix.com
Tue Mar 1 16:43:10 CET 2005
Harlin Seritt <harlinseritt at yahoo.com> wrote:
>I've got the following code:
>nums = range(0)
>for a in range(100):
>Is there a better way to have num initialized to a list of 100
>consecutive int values?
Step one would be to change the first line to
nums = 
which is simpler and results in the same thing. Or, you could write
the whole thing as a one-liner using a list comprehension
nums = [a for a in range(100)]
and then you can take it one step further and just write
nums = range(100)
which I think is about as simple as you can get.
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