[Tutor] lists strings and files

Hugo González Monteverde hugonz-lists at h-lab.net
Wed Nov 9 18:42:31 CET 2005

Have you tried pickling them?

If you want it to be flattened, so that result is:

[fields[1], fields[2], fields[3]]

instead of

[[fields[1], fields[2], fields[3]]]

you should use the extend method instead of the append method.

Michael Haft wrote:
> Hello,
>      thanks for all the help with lists and strings, the list I have has
> nested sublists in it though. How do I remove these or is there a way
> to convert from lists to strings without removing them?
> The code looks something like:
> result = []
> data = [fields[1] fields[3] fields[7]]
> result.append(data)
> which gives a list containing 12 sublists
> Appologies if the code isn't quite right I'm stuck on a library computer
> in a strange German university and can't use my memory stick to check the
> exact code.
> Mike
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