lapin - 1 year ago 75

Python Question

Example :

`>>>for x in iterable1:`

... expression

The map form would be :

`>>>map(lambda x:expression,iterable1)`

How do I extend this to nested for?

Example :

`>>>for x in itr1:`

... for y in itr2:

... expr

Without using comprehensions.

Edit: Using only map.

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Answer Source

Bear with me on this one. Not an explanation but this worked after 2 days. Using only map and list. It's bad code. Suggestions to shorten the code are welcome. Python 3 solution

Example using list comprehension:

```
>>> a=[x+y for x in [0,1,2] for y in [100,200,300]]
>>> a
[100,200,300,101,201,301,102,202,302]
```

Example using for:

```
>>>a=[]
>>>for x in [0,1,2]:
... for y in [100,200,300]:
... a.append(x+y)
...
>>>a
[100,200,300,101,201,301,102,202,302]
```

Now example using only map:

```
>>>n=[]
>>>list(map(lambda x:n.extend(map(x,[100,200,300])),map(lambda x:lambda y:x+y,[0,1,2])))
>>>n
[100,200,300,101,201,301,102,202,302]
```

Much smaller python2.7 solution:

```
>>>m=[]
>>>map(lambda x:m.extend(x),map(lambda x:map(x,[100,200,300]),map(lambda x:lambda y:x+y,[0,1,2])))
>>>m
[100,200,300,101,201,301,102,202,302]
```

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