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lallous elias.bachaalany at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 14:30:06 CET 2010


Thank you all for the replies.

The solution using Python 3's syntax look very intuitive.

Thanks Tim, Arnaud for the idea (I am using 2.x)

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Elias
On Feb 25, 1:28 pm, lallous <elias.bachaal... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello
>
> I am still learning Python, and have a question, perhaps I can shorten
> the code:
>
> L = (
>   (1, 2, 3),
>   (4,),
>   (5,),
>   (6, 7)
> )
>
> for x in L:
>     print x
>
> What I want, is to write the for loop, something like this:
>
> for (first_element, the_rest) in L:
>   print first_element
>   for x in the_rest:
>     # now access the rest of the elements
>
> I know I can :
> for x in L:
>     first = x[0]
>     rest = x[1:]
>     ....
> Probably that is not possible, but just asking.
>
> Thanks,
> Elias




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