Empirically, it seems that Python's default list sorter, when passed a list of tuples, will sort by the first element in each tuple. Is that correct? If not, what's the right ...
I seem to be blind at the moment, so I need to ask here. I want to sort a list of tuples which look like that
(id, parent_id, value)
So that it is ...
I have a similar question to this one but instead my tuple contains lists, as follows:
mytuple = (
statlist = [('abc',5,1), ('bzs',66,1), ... ]
sorted(statlist, key=lambda x: int(x))
I want to sort it by the integer largest to smallest. In this case, 5 and 66. But it doesn't seem to be ...
How can I efficiently and easily sort a list of tuples without being sensitive to case?
For example this:
[('a', 'c'), ('A', 'b'), ('a', 'a'), ('a', 5)]
Should look like this once sorted:
[('a', 5), ...
I have some data either in list contains lists, or list contains tuples.
data = [[1,2,3], [4,5,6], [7,8,9]]
data = [(1,2,3), (4,5,6), (7,8,9)]
And I want to sort by the 2nd element in the ...
lst = [(u'course', u'session'), (u'instructor', u'session'), (u'session', u'trainee'), (u'person', u'trainee'), (u'person', u'instructor'), (u'course', u'instructor')]
I've above list of tuple, I need to sort it with following logic....
each tuple's 2nd element is dependent ...
I have a list of tuples of the form (a,b,c,d) and I want to copy only those tuples with unique values of 'a' to a new list. I'm very new to ...
i was wondering if there was any simple way around sorting tuples in lists in python, for instance if i have a list:
list01 = ([a,b,c],[b,a,d],[d,e,c],[a,f,d])
and i sorted it, i would get:
Hey all. I would like to sort and return a section of a tuple with it sorted by date.
I'd only like to sort the first to the 4th record (tuple[:3]) ...
I looked around and I can't seem to find the proper way of sorting a 32 entry tuple by inverting every odd and even entry.
1 0 3 2 5 4 ...
so I have a list with a whole bunch of tuples
[('jHKT', 'Dlwp Dfbd Gwlgfwqs (1kkk)', 53.0),
('jHKT', 'jbdbjf Bwvbly (1kk1)', 35.0),
('jHKT', 'Tfstzfy (2006)', 9.0),
('jHKT', 'fjznfnt Dwjbzn (1kk1)', 25.0),
('jHKT', 'Vznbsq sfnkz ...
I am trying to sort a list of tuples based on another list of tuples by a key in that list.
Say I have the following:
list1 = [(5, 'something'),(2,'bobby'),(9,'suzy'),(6,'crab')]
list2 = [('something','othervalues'),('suzy','stuff'),('bobby','otherthings')]
And from ...
How do you sort a list by elemant thats a tuple?
Let say below is the list LL.
I want to sort ID2 -- LL which is a tuple as ...
I have an dictonary for my input with the following characteristics:
- Each value will be either an integer, string or iterable (other than a string).
- If the element is an iterable, each element ...
I know there's tonnes of questions on python sorting lists/dictionaries already, but I can't seem to find one which helps in my case, and i'm looking for the most efficient solution ...
I want a dict or tuple I can sort based on attributes of the objects I'm using as arguments for *arg. The way I've been trying to do it just ...
>>> import operator >>> wordfreq = [('grunted', 4), ('yelp', 1), ('tinkling', 1), ('lasted', 2), ('rule', 5), ('pictured', 1), ('extras', 1), ('elsie', 1), ('lives', 4), ('trims', 1), ('baked', 1)] >>> wordfreq.sort(key=operator.itemgetter(1)) >>> wordfreq [('yelp', 1), ('tinkling', 1), ('pictured', 1), ('extras', 1), ('elsie', 1), ('trims', 1), ('baked', 1), ('lasted', 2), ('grunted', 4), ('lives', 4), ('rule', 5)] >>>