hoop - 1 year ago 89
Python Question

# cycle "for" in Python

I have to create a three new lists of items using two different lists.

``````list_one = ['one', 'two','three', 'four','five']
list_two = ['blue', 'green', 'white']
``````

So,
`len(list_one) != len(list_two)`

Now I should create an algorithm(a cycle) which can do this:
`[oneblue, twoblue, threeblue, fourblue, fiveblue]`
. Same for 'green' and 'white'.

I undestand that I should create three cycles but I don't know how.
I've tried to make a function like this but it doesn't works.

``````def mix():
i = 0
for i in range(len(list_one)):
new_list = list_one[i]+list_two[0]
i = i+1
return new_list
``````

What am I doing wrong?

I think you might be looking for itertools.product:

``````>>> [b + a for a,b in itertools.product(list_two, list_one)]
['oneblue',
'twoblue',
'threeblue',
'fourblue',
'fiveblue',
'onegreen',
'twogreen',
'threegreen',
'fourgreen',
'fivegreen',
'onewhite',
'twowhite',
'threewhite',
'fourwhite',
'fivewhite']
``````
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