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Dynamically changing a list while looping

I have a list: what I would like to do is loop though this list but then change the list. Basically when I loop through nums = [0, 1, 2, 3] nums would need to change to: Is there a way of changing nums like this? I feel like there is a simple solution to this, but I’ve been stumped

Finding location of subarray in numpy array

I want to find the location of a subarray in an numpy array. For example, if the large array is of shape (10000, 10, 10, 10), namely 10000 arrays of shape (10,10,10) and I want to find the location of the subarray of shape (3,3,3) as follows: So I will know that at the location of n, i, j, k

Cannot Change Individual Elements in an Array

I am trying to make a tic-tac-toe game, and I currently have a 3×3 tiled board grid to represent the game. When a user clicks a square, the program sets board[x][y] to 1. board = [[[0, 0, 0], [0, 0, 0], [0, 0, 0]] Unfortunately, whenever I click a tile, it seems to ignore whatever x value I put; every

Does a JS equivalent of Python’s Multiple Variable Assignment exist?

Python has a succinct way of assigning a function with a parameter to multiple variables, done as a one-liner. I would like to know whether JavaScript has the same, or similar way of doing that. I have found several examples describing multiple variable assignments for JavaScript, using multiple assignments and Destructuring. The issue with these methods is that they can,

Creating 3d Tensor Array from 2d Array (Python)

I have two numpy arrays (4×4 each). I would like to concatenate them to a tensor of (4x4x2) in which the first ‘sheet’ is the first array, second ‘sheet’ is the second array, etc. However, when I try np.stack the output of d[1] is not showing the correct values of the first matrix. Answer If you do np.dstack((x, y)), which