xyzman xyzman - 1 year ago 108
Python Question

How to always select the last file in a list?

Long story short, I am using Python to plot many files on the same grid. I won't post the whole program, as it would be unhelpful and unnecessarily long. This is what I need help with

To summarize, how to I get

ifl == 1
to say something that in pythonic language would equal
ifl == last file in directory
? Thanks

Answer Source

What about:

if ifl == len(file_location):

Also, you don't actually need the index, you can do this:

file_location = glob.glob('../Data/2016/July/*.nc')

for fl in file_location:
    if fl == file_location[-1]:
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