[Tutor] slicing nested lists/dicts/tuples

Luis N tegmine at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 21:25:49 CEST 2005


>>> l
[{'last': 'Bar', 'first': 'Foo'}, {'last': 'Bar', 'first': 'Foo'}, {'last': 
'Bar', 'first': 'Foo'}, {'last': 'Bar', 'first': 'Foo'}]

This is how I imagine it: 

for i in l:
for j in l[i]:
for k in l[i][j]:
print k.get('first')
print k.get('last')

Is there a short and sweet way of doing this (that actually works). 

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