everestial007 everestial007 - 1 year ago 57
Python Question

Access values from next line within for-loop to continue and break?

In the given data set I need to multiply values from different blocks with each other.

I want to access data from next line within for loop and then build the list and create a product if the block value matches but the examples I have looked so far isn't quite helping. Actually, this data is just a part of the big data and I need some explanation on any provided solution on how/why is it working.

So,for X(set) I have to multiply: 0.25*0.1*0.83 (since they belong to same block

block X_set
2480 0.25
2480 0.1
2480 0.083
2651 0.43
2651 0.11
2651 0.23

My code is as follows:

test_q = open("test_question.txt", "r+")
header = test_q.readline()
data_q = test_q.read().rstrip("\n")

value_list = []

row = data_q.split("\n")

for line in row:
block = line.split("\t")
X_list = block[1].split()
X_value = float(block[1])
value_list = value_list + X_list
product = product*X_value


The result is:

['0.25', '0.1', '0.083', '0.43', '0.11', '0.23']

But, in the print I want

['0.25', '0.1', '0.083']

['0.43', '0.11', '0.23']

So, I want to access the index value from the next line so the for-loop can continue or break.

I have tried using to access the block value from next line:

for i in range(0, len(row)-1):
next_line = row[i+1]

How, can I improve this code?

So, how to inject the break and continue function within this for-loop?

  • I don't want to use a fixed value for blocks since this is a long file and the block value will change.

  • Also, the row with same block values may not be next to each other.

  • Also, i don't need solution on pandas since this is just a part of big file which is exclusive mined using for-if-else loop.

Thanks much in advance !

Answer Source
from collections import defaultdict
from functools import reduce
from operator import mul

res = defaultdict(list)
with open('file') as f:
    for r in f:
        k, v = r.split()

for v in res.values():
    print(reduce(mul, (float(f) for f in v), 1))

your problem is that you'd have to check every row to find a match, which would be a pain. it's easier just to store in a dict and then print out the results at the end. (if you care about order, you can use an OrderedDict)

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