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There is a code – it works. But I don’t know if ‘try-except’ can be used in this case. row = [(‘Normal’, ‘Deck1’, ‘user1’, ‘Deck2’, ‘Win’, ‘2:0’), (‘Normal’, ‘Deck3’, ‘user2’, ‘Deck2’, ‘Loss’, ‘1:2’), (‘Normal’, ‘Deck3’, ‘user3’, ‘Deck1’, ‘Draw’, ‘2:2’)] table = ‘win_loss’ result = [‘Win’, ‘Loss’ , ‘Draw’] deck = [‘Deck1′,’Deck2′,’Deck3′,’Deck4’] def pivot(row): title, pos ..

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Moderator: this has nothing to do with x,y being negative. Please do close as dup and refer to questions about x,y being negative. Thanks print(‘Python: What are x,y defaults when z is negative? Seems different then when z is positive’) # print(‘I thought Return Rule is "start at x, stride by z, stop at y_exclusive"’) ..

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Moderator: Please don’t close and refer to questions about negative x,y. This questions is about x,y defaults when z is negative. This question involves a double colon syntax – that does not appear in the "duplicate question" reference. Thanks. For a Python substring, I’m confused on defaults of x,y when z is negative Next lines: ..

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