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List comprehension with pattern match in Python

I have one list named columns, and I have to create one nested list based on a split of the elements (the first three). For example, I will divide this element ‘101 Drive 1 A’ in ‘101 Drive 1’ and make a group. The output will look like this: Answer One approach using collections.defaultdict: Output A more robust alternative, that

List comprehension returning two variables

I’m trying to do a list comprehension on two lists returning 2 variables in result. Using for loop: However, when I try to use list comprehension to do the same execution, it throws a SyntaxError Answer You need to have the whole thing in square brackets. Like this: That’s because you are doing the action in the first bit print(f,

How to create new list of lists using for loop

I have two lists like I want to extract the required elements 1 and 3 from each list contained in values, to create a new list of lists like [[‘1234’, 50], [‘5678’, 100]]. I was able to solve the problem with a list comprehension: But how can I write the equivalent with explicit for loops? I tried: but the resulting

Splitting list in two new lists python [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 5 months ago. Improve this question in Python I have a list with 96 entries, some are positiv, some are negative. I now want to new lists with 96 entries each.