[Python-ideas] 'where' statement in Python?
Bruce Leban
bruce at leapyear.org
Tue Jul 20 21:42:15 CEST 2010
List comprehensions are the one place where I might find this useful. I can
do this with map though:
[y for x in another_list if y < 5 where y = f(x)]
[y for x in map(f, another_list) if x < 5]
[x for x in another_list if y < 5 where y = f(x)]
[x for (x,y) in map(lambda x: (x,f(x)), another_list) if y < 5]
I think the variant with 'where' or 'with' would be a bit more readable but
is it valuable enough?
--- Bruce
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On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 7:57 AM, Andrey Popp <8mayday at gmail.com> wrote:
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> mylist = [y for y in another_list if y < 5 where y = f(x)]
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