return multiple objects

Vincent Davis vincent at vincentdavis.net
Fri Feb 6 04:03:01 CET 2009


Is it correct that if I want to return multiple objects from a function I
need to in some way combine them?
def test1():
    a = [1,3,5,7]
    b = [2,4,6,8]
    c=[a,b]
   return a, b # this does not work?
   return [a, b] # does not work?
   return c # this works but I don't like it, , is there a better way?

I saw examples where dictionaries where used but I would prefer to
just access the object names directly. As in

test1()
print a # not haing to refer to it as

is there something I am missing?


Thanks
Vincent Davis
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