[Tutor] Print items from 3 lists in order
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Mon Oct 22 02:20:55 CEST 2012
On 22/10/12 01:09, Dave Angel wrote:
>> I tried:
>>>>> for x in zip(a, b, c): print x
>> But that gives:
>> ('Ron', '25th oct', 'Charms')
>> ('Harry', '27th oct', 'DADA')
>> ('Hermoine', '29th oct', 'Potions')
So all you have now is a formatting problem.
> Very good; you're close. instead of z, just use 3 variables:
> for xname, xdate, xitem in zip(a,b,c):
> print xname, "-", xdate
> print xitem
> or something similar.
Which could be a format string (Python 2 format since that
looks like what you are using):
for x in zip(a, b, c):
print "%s - %s\n%s" % x
The advantage of the format string is it gives you much more
control over spacing and justification of the items.
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