Better way to do this?
certo at comeno.it
Mon Feb 11 21:57:42 CET 2008
PRC ha scritto:
> Hi folks,
> I have a tuple of tuples, in the form--> ((code1, 'string1'),(code2,
> 'string2'),(code3, 'string3'),)
> Codes are unique. A dict would probably be the best approach but this
> is beyond my control.
> Here is an example:
>>>> pets = ((0,'cat'),(1,'dog'),(2,'mouse'))
> If I am given a value for the code I need to retrieve the string
> representation. The value is guaranteed to be valid.
> This is what I came up with...
>>>> [ pet for code, pet in pets if value==code ]
> It does the job, I was just curious if there was a better way to do
Can't You first convert the tuple of tuples in a dict, and then
retrieving the value given a code value ?
>>> dct = dict(pets)
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