Arrays/List, filters, Pytho, Ruby
Jon Clements
joncle at googlemail.com
Sat Feb 12 00:27:31 CET 2011
On Feb 11, 9:24 pm, "LL.Snark" <ll.sn... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm looking for a pythonic way to translate this short Ruby code :
> t=[6,7,8,6,7,9,8,4,3,6,7]
> i=t.index {|x| x<t.first}
>
> If you don't know Ruby, the second line means :
> What is the index, in array t, of the first element x such that x<t[0].
>
> If can write it in python several ways :
> t=[6,7,8,6,7,9,8,4,3,6,7]
> i=0
> while t[i]>=t[0] : i+=1
>
> ... not pythonic I think...
>
> Or :
> t=[6,7,8,6,7,9,8,4,3,6,7]
> i=[j for j in range(len(t)) if t[j]<t[0]][0]
>
> ...too cryptic...
>
> I'm using Python 3.
>
> Thx
My take (but using Python 2.x):
import operator as op
from functools import partial
from itertools import islice
t = [6,7,8,6,7,9,8,4,3,6,7]
def first_conditional(seq, first=op.itemgetter(0), pred=op.gt):
f = first(seq)
cmpfunc = partial(pred, f)
for idx, val in enumerate(islice(seq, 1, None)):
if cmpfunc(val): return idx + 1
return -1 # or raise an exception?
Off top of head, so needs work, but is fairly generic.
Jon.
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