list comprehention

Mathijs q.q at q
Mon Jan 23 18:56:54 CET 2006


Op 20 jan 2006 vond Duncan Booth <duncan.booth at invalid.invalid>: 
> Or in other words, define a function to return a dictionary containing
> a count of the number of occurrences of each element in the list (this
> assumes that the list elements are hashable). Then you just add up the
> values in the test list making sure each count is limited to no higher
> than the reference count.

Thanks. Though I don't know much about python (yet), this is more or less 
the way I'de do it the language I'm more comfortable with (object pascal), 
and I wouldn't label this as a pythonic solution. I could be wrong, 
though:)



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