## Combining a list of onset-offset tuples if the previous element’s offset equals the next element’s onset

Is there any standard library Python or Numpy operation for doing the following: my_array = [(1, 3), (3, 4), (4, 5), (5, 7), (10, 12), (12, 17), (21, 24)] new_array = magic_function(my_array) print(…

## Problems while applying multiple conditions to validate an array?

I am receiving a number of arrays like this: arr1 = np.asarray([41, 183, 101, 1607, 70, 137]) arr2 = np.asarray([300, 250, 300, 17, 300, 190]) arr3 = np.asarray([41, 10, 60, 1207, 70, 137]) Which I …

## How to print a nested list with dictionaries inside to an HTML file?

With products I want to generate automatically these tables: And code for these tables should be:

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## For in python to javascript language

I have this line in python for list comprehension, however I don’t understand much of this language, and I wanted to convert it to javascript. the line is: next = [ (i,j) for i,j in getValidMoves(grid,…

## Dictionary comprehension, tuples?

I was trying to understand resultList = [[‘TWP-883 PASS’], [‘TWP-1080 PASS’], [‘TWP-1081 PASS’]] result_dicts = [{(“issueId”,”status”)[x[0]]:x[1] for x in enumerate(lst[0].split()…

## list comprehension returning “generator object…”

I’m trying to succinctly create a list from a dictionary. The following code works: def main(): newsapi = NewsApiClient(api_key=API_KEY) top_headlines = newsapi.get_everything(q=”Merkel”,…

## Create list of factorials using list comprehension

I’m trying to build a list of the first ten factorials [1,1,2,6,24,120,720,5040,40320,362880] using only list comprehension. Is that possible? I don’t know generators or lambda. Here’s my attempt,…

## Why is a list comprehension so much faster than appending to a list?

I was wondering why list comprehension is so much faster than appending to a list. I thought the difference is just expressive, but it’s not. >>> import timeit >>> timeit.timeit(…

## Python Dictionary Comprehension

Is it possible to create a dictionary comprehension in Python (for the keys)? Without list comprehensions, you can use something like this: l = [] for n in range(1, 11): l.append(n) We can …

## Python’s most efficient way to choose longest string in list?

I have a list of variable length and am trying to find a way to test if the list item currently being evaluated is the longest string contained in the list. And I am using Python 2.6.1 For example: …