for y in range (0,iNumItems)--> not in order?

korean_dave davidreynon at
Thu Aug 14 19:54:25 CEST 2008

Well, here is the whole problem.

It works perfectly. We are using a 3rd party automation program.
Basically instead of print() i used a test.log() command that feeds
into the 3rd party program and gives me output. I can sort output by
date, time, category, etc. As you've seen, the program runs fast. So
we have basically 20 iterations in a second. When i sort by time, it
sorts by string (output) b/c there are 20 outputs in a second.

Thanks all.

On Aug 14, 12:07 pm, Bruno Desthuilliers <bruno.
42.desthuilli... at websiteburo.invalid> wrote:
> korean_dave a écrit :
> > Still the same output...
> "same" as what, with what ??? Do yourself (and the world) a favour :
> learn to quote the posts you're answering to.
> > Here's the actual code...
> >     for x in range(0,2):
> >         for y in range(0,27):
> >             for z in range(0,15):
> >                 print(str(x) + " " + str(y) + " " + str(z))
> I fail to see how this code could generate what you described in your
> first post. Did you ever bother to *try* this code ? Python ships with
> an interactive interpreter , you know, so testing simple code snippets
> like the one in your first post or this one above is, well, *very* easy.
> Also and FWIW, Python has string formatting and much more to offer.
> for x in range(2):
>      for y in range(27):
>          for z in range(15):
>              print "%s %s %s" % (x, y, z)
> or
> print "\n".join(
>      "%s %s %s" % (x, y, z)
>      for x in range(2)
>      for y in range(27)
>      for z in range(15)
>      )

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