[Tutor] Iterating over nested lists part2

Luis N tegmine at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 21:04:29 CEST 2005


This works great now:

def listItems():
l= []
d = {}
for r in range(len(vw)): 
for x in range(lt):
ed = desc[x] 
exec("d['%s']=vw[%d].%s" % (ed,r,ed))
print l

But, it multiplies all of the records from vw by 5. How can I have:

for each record in the database:
for each column in the record:
do stuff.

Without multiplying the result i.e len(vw) * lt


Luis N.
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