Hello Everyone! A simple questions!

Florian Baumgartner bfloriang at gmail.com
Fri Jul 26 07:28:32 CEST 2013


As alex23 already indicated you created a recursive data-structure (by
inserting a reference to the list into the second place of the list) and
the interpreter handles this gracefully by showing [...].

In case you really want to insert the lists members into the second place
you can assign a copy of the list.

values = [0,1,2]
values[1] = values[:]





2013/7/26 Thanatos xiao <yanxiaopei199 at gmail.com>

> >>> values = [0, 1, 2]>>> values[1] = values>>> values[0, [...], 2]
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> why??
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