[Tutor] silly remedial question
kpp9c at virginia.edu
Mon Nov 24 03:02:53 EST 2003
I am trying to do something that seems rather simple, but perhaps is
something i haven't done before or forgot...
I have a function that does something to sequence and returns a
sequence. Now i call that function a bunch of times one a whole bunch
of lists and i get my output which is very nice. Problem is, that i
want to make that output more humanly readable form by first printing
the name of the list variable followed by a ' = ' and then the items in
so if sequence input_01 = [22, 25, 31] and i write something that
returns the mod 12 equivalent of each item in a new list [10, 1, 7]
i can print [22, 25, 31] and [10, 1, 7]
but how can i get it to say :
input_01 = [22, 25, 31], [10, 1, 7]
print 'input_01 =', input_01
for each input list.
I can print the input and output lists no problem, but how do you tell
python to print the variable itself.. I don't want to do this by hand
as i have a huge bunch of list that i have to do this to that are
already sitting in a text file.
Not sure i made this clear or not...
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