Reading a two-column file into an array?
naga86 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 06:57:17 CEST 2007
On Jul 31, 9:03 am, Gilles Ganault <nos... at nospam.com> wrote:
> I'm sure there's a much easier way to read a two-column, CSV file into
> an array, but I haven't found it in Google.
> Should I use the Array module instead?
> a = 
> i = 0
> p = re.compile("^(.+)\t(.+)$")
> for line in textlines:
> m = p.search(line)
> if m:
> a[i,0] = m.group(1)
> a[i,1] = m.group(2)
> i = i + 1
> for i in a.count:
> for j in 2:
> print a[i,j]
> Thank you.
a = 
reader = csv.reader(open("filename", "r"), delimiter='\t' )
for row in reader:
a.append( row )
I don't think you can have multidimensional arrays.
Did you test you program? It did not work for me.
I think mine would suit your requirements as the output is a list of
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