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, ..

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 ..

I know it might sound easy but that problem is making me struggle. I have a list of tuple as [(0,1),(3,4)] And I want to multiply all its values for all the values in a list like [ 1, 2, 3] So That in this case I will get a new list (nested) of tuples: ..

list I want to merge l = [3.23, 5.32, 8.23, 2.23, 9.98, 7.43, 6.43, 8.23, 4.23] list has to be from high to low l.sort() l.reverse I need as result p = [(9.98, 8.23, 8.23, 7.43), (6.43, 5.32, 4.23, 3.23), (2.23,)] Can someone help me how to do this in python? Source: Python..

I am wanting to replace the elements of an existing list via mapping function of python. That is to say my program iterates through a list in python and replaces the elements of the list with one or more individual strings and lists. state = ["a", "b", "c"] def process(char): if char == "b": return ..

I have a dictionary dict with keys of tuple type (s1,s2), and values as list of dictionaries [{ }]. When I try to access dictionary values with tuple keys like below it outputs error: new_dict = {} for s in dict: if s[1] not in new_dict: new_dict[s[1]] = [ ] new_dict[s[1]].append(dict[s]) TypeError: list indices must ..

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") ..