pythonic way

jack naruto0.1 at live.cn
Fri Nov 2 08:14:32 CET 2012


Sometimes, I need to alter the element as traverse a list like this 
(it's a sample):
     c = range(10)
     i = 0
     for ele in c:
         # do something
         # branch:
             c[i] = # value
         i += 1

How to be pythonic?

  2012/11/2 0:54, Zero Piraeus :
> :
>
> On 1 November 2012 11:32, inshu chauhan <insideshoes at gmail.com> wrote:
>>   what is the most pythonic way to do this :
>>
>>                     if 0 < ix < 10 and 0 < iy < 10 ???
> As everyone else has said, it's perfectly pythonic once you stick the
> colon on the end. You might find it more instantly readable with some
> extra parentheses:
>
>      if (0 < ix < 10) and (0 < iy < 10):
>          # do something
>
> ... but that's really just down to taste.
>
>   -[]z.



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