a splitting headache
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Fri Oct 16 03:39:19 CEST 2009
On Fri, 16 Oct 2009, Mensanator wrote:
> All I wanted to do is split a binary number into two lists,
> a list of blocks of consecutive ones and another list of
> blocks of consecutive zeroes.
> That means I can use re to solve my problem after all.
> >>> c = '0010000110'
> >>> re.sub('0',' ',c).split()
> ['1', '11']
> >>> re.sub('1',' ',c).split()
> ['00', '0000', '0']
Or without resorting to re:
c.replace('0', ' ').split()
c.replace('1', ' ').split()
Three or four times faster, too!
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