Asked By – Pav Ametvic
Consider the following Python code with which I add in a new
list2 all the items with indices from 1 to 3 of
for ind, obj in enumerate(list1): if 4 > ind > 0: list2.append(obj)
How would you write this using list comprehension, if I have no access to the indices through enumerate?
list2 = [x for x in list1 if 4 > ind > 0]
but since I have no
ind number, would this work?
list2 = [x for x in enumerate(list1) if 4 > ind > 0]
Now we will see solution for issue: In Python list comprehension is it possible to access the item index?
list2 = [x for ind, x in enumerate(list1) if 4 > ind > 0]