Reverse function python? How to use?

Murali gmkrishn.uofc at gmail.com
Sun Oct 29 22:23:33 CET 2006


Something like this?

[code]
foo = [x1,x2,x3,x4,x5]
bar = [math.sqrt(math.fabs(x))+5*math.pow(x,3) for x in foo]
bar.reverse()
print bar
[/code]

frankie_85 wrote:
> Ok I'm really lost (I'm new to python) how to use the reverse function.
>
>
> I made a little program which basically the a, b, c, d, e which I have
> listed below and basically I want it th result to be printed reverse so
> instead doing "print e, d, c, b, a", I'd like to use the reverse
> function
>
> Can someone give pointersguidelines / on how to do it?
>
> [code]
>     a = str(math.sqrt(math.fabs(x1)) + 5*((math.pow(x1,3))))
>     b = str(math.sqrt(math.fabs(x2)) + 5*((math.pow(x2,3))))
>     c = str(math.sqrt(math.fabs(x3)) + 5*((math.pow(x3,3))))
>     d = str(math.sqrt(math.fabs(x4)) + 5*((math.pow(x4,3))))
>     e = str(math.sqrt(math.fabs(x5)) + 5*((math.pow(x5,3))))
> [/code]
> 
>  Thanks in advance




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