Category : tuples

I have the following piece of code based on PythonMETAR (some sort weather codification in aviation) library: from PythonMETAR import * report = Metar(‘LRSM’) properties = report.getAttribute(‘cloud’) print(report) print(properties) which returns me the following result: LRSM 071100Z 28005KT 220V320 9000 -RA FEW006 BKN025 BKN035 12/11 Q1010 R01/29//95 ({‘code’: ‘FEW’, ‘meaning’: ‘Few’, ‘oktaMin’: 1, ‘oktaMax’: 2, ..

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I am trying to filter a big number of tuples that look like this one: tuple = ([], [(‘print’, -108.0), (‘denim’, -144.0), (‘floral’, -158.0), (‘summer’, -172.0), (‘chiffon’, -217.0), (‘crochet’, -272.0), (‘cotton’, -275.0), (‘graphic’, -279.0), (‘pattern’, -281.0), (‘sheer’, -294.0)]) What I am trying to do is to create some lines of code that I can use ..

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I want to pass a short product code when running my script: ./myscript.py –productcode r|u|c Then use the short product code to look up data stored in a tuple in the python code: # create tuples for each product r=("Redhat","7.2") u=("Ubuntu","7.5") c=("Centos","8.1") # parse the command line parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument("–productcode", help="Short code for product") ..

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Here is my code snippet messages = [(‘food’, False), (‘water’, False), (‘sleep’, False)] def bool_changer(list_): for idx, word in enumerate(list_): # change tuple to list word = list(word) # print(word) if not word[1]: # change False to True word[1] = True # back to tuple word = tuple(word) print(word) return list_ print(bool_changer(messages)) # still prints ..

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I need to get the following list filtered by the the index number 1 from each tuple inside the list of the list of each exterior tuple, As for instance… I have the following list distances = [(‘highway_bost321’, [0.0, 10.174343253183386, 10.947746706490813, 7.187637514988234, 7.660483562939873, 10.622402335214636, 10.737785768990813, 10.566917715980832, 10.819389772897063, 12.03400784892136]), (‘mountain_0871’, [10.947746706490813, 0.83758544921875, 0.0, 5.838234191502578, 5.363256367154217, 1.3175048828125, ..

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What I need is to access an index of a nested list to filter the elements from another index in a list of tuples… For instance I have the following sample data: samples = [(‘waterfall03’, 9)] distances = [(‘waterfall03’, [12.03400784892136, 13.17207261956732, 13.91981431878607, 13.095577523116825, 13.405988675235129, 13.144871284931902, 13.597874214619402, 12.731745772059295, 13.90083238519232, 0.0])] So in this case I have ..

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