iterating over a list as if it were a circular list

Sven svenito at gmail.com
Thu Mar 7 10:23:20 CET 2013


I was wondering what the best approach for the following might be.

Say you have a list P of points and another list N of other items. You can
always assume that

len(N) <= len(P)

Now I would like to iterate over P and place one N at each point. However
if you run out of N I'd like to restart from N[0] and carry on until all
the points have been populated.
So far I've got

for point in points:


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