Nested lists, simple though

Jason Scheirer jason.scheirer at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 00:50:33 CEST 2008


On Apr 20, 3:25 pm, Zethex <zet... at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Im a bit new to python.  Anyway working on a little project of mine and i
> have nested lists
>
> ie
>
> Answer = [['computer', 'radeon', 'nvidia'], ['motherboard', 'asus']]
>
> and so forth..,
> Anyway the amount of [[]] do increase over time.  Im just wondering is there
> a simple way to add these together so they become 1 simple list, so it would
> be ['computer'....'asus'] etc without the nested list.  Its random the
> amount each time so i cant just go a[0]+a[1].
> Thank you if you can help
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The first idea that comes to mind is reduce(lambda x, y: x + y,
list_of_lists, [])



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