List Comprehension for me seems to be like the opaque block of granite that regular expressions are for me. I need pointers.
Say, I have a 2D list:
li = [[0,1,2],[3,4,5],[6,7,8]]
I have a bunch of sorted lists of objects, and a comparison function
class Obj :
def __init__(p) :
self.points = p
I have a set of data similar to this:
# Start_Time End_Time Call_Type Info
1 13:14:37.236 13:14:53.700 Ping1 ...
what's the quickest way to take a list of files and a name of an output file and merge them into a single file while removing duplicate lines?
cat file1 file2 ...
Suppose I have two arrays:
arrayOne = [["james", 35], ["michael", 28], ["steven", 23],
["jack", 18], ["robert", 12]]
arrayTwo = [["charles", 45], ...
Ok, this is a very easy question for which I could not find the solution here;
I have two lists A and B
A=(0,1,2,3,...,N-1) (N elements)
B=(-50,-30,-10,.....,-45) (N elements)
I am new to python..I have two sorted arrays (by key) that I would like to merge. Both arrays have some common keys and some exist uniquely in one of the ...