## Replace the third element of all sublists with another list

I have a list of lists and I want to replace/update the third element of all the sublists with a new list. lst1 = [[‘a’,’b’,’c’, 3],[‘d’,’e’,’f’, 9],[‘g’,’h’,’i’, ‘j’]] lst2 = [2, 3, 4] …

## how to repeat elements of nested list?

I have a list of lists as follows: original = [[‘best’, ‘movie’, ‘ever’, ‘!’], [‘i’, ‘love’, ‘this’, ‘actor’, ‘!’], [‘season’,’2′]] I want to create a new list, where each …

## How can I get the highest value from a dictionary nested in a list

the following is a list from a small blind auction program i am writing. After the last bid, I need to loop through all the bids in the list and print out the highest one with the name of the bidder. …

## Extract elements from list in Python to create nested list

I have a list such as this (this is pulled from some html texts using bs4): test = [‘Raji GlovesSixSixOneRegular pricen\$29.99nSale price\$9.95nn Save 67%n nBUY 2 GET 1 …

## Is it a bad practice to use eval(str()) instead of deepcopy() to deepcopy a list of lists?

I’m wondering if there’s a reason to use deepcopy instead of this: list1 = [[1,2],[3,4],[5,6]] list2 = eval(str(list1)) If there’s another cool way of doing this I would love to know.

## How to find the second lowest lists into a nested list by their second value?

Here is given a nested list: nl = [[‘Harsh’, 20], [‘Beria’, 20], [‘Varun’, 19], [‘Kakunami’, 19], [‘Vikas’, 21]] Now I have to find the second lowest lists into the nested list by their second value….