Birgit Dulanto Birgit Dulanto - 1 year ago 64
Python Question

multiply a list by a number until all numbers in list are >=1

I want to multiply

by a number until all numbers in list are
and then just print the new list (without Numpy if it is possible).

Maybe multiply
as a row and numbers in
as a column. and then stop when all numbers are bigger than 1.

For example:
y_list= [1.0, 0.5669650111879195]
until y_list=[2.0, 1.12.. ]

y_list= [1.0, 0.5669650111879195]
while all(y <= 1 for y in y_list):
if all(y<= 1 for y in y_list):

Answer Source

If you do need to multiply it by a number (let's assume it to be 1.3) until all the elements are larger than one, the following is the way to go:

y_list = [1.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.01]
k = 1.3
while any(y<=1 for y in y_list):
    y_list = [y*k for y in y_list]

>>> print(y_list)
[112.45540695195751, 11.245540695195746, 22.491081390391493, 1.1245540695195746]
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