Category : split

I’ve split an array using np.array_split. Now I want to print the first item in each new array and also the length of each new array. How can I do this without having to go through every single array individually. I don’t want to do : print(len(newArray[1])) print(len(newArray[2])) Source: Python..

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I have b’pathn/sync/u/0/i/bvnurl_ids_md5nxd9xddx80fF>(xf4?xccx86c|xd2xd3xf0nargcountn2nstart_timen1605232804narg.cn10narg.hln11n’ Which has the following elements: 1) "path" 2) "/sync/u/0/i/bv" 3) "url_ids_md5" 4) "xd9xddx80fF>(xf4?xccx86c|xd2xd3xf0" 5) "argcount" 6) "2" 7) "start_time" 8) "1605232804" 9) "arg.c" 10) "10" 11) "arg.hl" 12) "11" I’m trying to break it up into a list containing elements split by "n". However, several situations occur: Let’s call the string in ..

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