[Tutor] Multiple Simultaneous Loops
singletoned at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 10:56:39 CEST 2005
I roughly want to be able to do:
for f, x in bunch_of_files, range(z):
so that x iterates through my files, and y iterates through something else.
Is this something I can do?
If so, what would be the best way to create a range of indeterminate length?
If not, is there a nice way I can do it, rather than than incrementing
a variable (x = x + 1) every loop?
Or maybe can I access the number of times the loop has run? ('x = x +
1' is so common there must be some more attractive shortcut).
So far in learning Python I've founbd that when I feel you should be
able to do something, then you can. This seems a pretty intuitive
thing to want to do, so I'm sure it must be possible, but I can't find
anything on it.
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