best way to do this
hniksic at xemacs.org
Tue Dec 2 15:36:01 CET 2008
TP <Tribulations at Paralleles.invalid> writes:
> Hi everybody,
>>>> c=[(5,3), (6,8)]
> From c, I want to obtain a list with 5,3,6, and 8, in any order.
> I do this:
>>>> [i for (i,j) in c] + [ j for (i,j) in c]
> [5, 6, 3, 8]
> Is there a quicker way to do this?
Quicker? Hard to say. Using itertools elegantly? Definitely:
As an added benefit, it works regardless of the number of elements in
the tuple. (Also assumes from itertools import chain for effect.)
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