Can this be done with list comprehension?
_karlo_ at _mosor.net_
Sun Jun 8 00:49:14 CEST 2008
Gary Herron <gherron at islandtraining.com> wrote in
news:mailman.196.1212878671.1044.python-list at python.org:
> The problem is that list methods like insert do not return a list --
> they modify it in place. If you do
> a = [1,2,3]
> a.insert(0, 'something')
> then a will have the results you expect, but if you do
> b = a.insert(0,'something')
> you will find b to be None (although a will have the expected list).
I figured that out few minutes ago, such a newbie mistake :). The fix I
came up with is:
result = ['something'] + [someMethod(i) for i in some_list]
Are there any other alternatives to this approach?
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