Right now, I am struggling to find a proper answer. Let's say we have this list:
['12', '50', '12', '7', '7', '3', '4', '10', '19', '12']
As you can see, it's a list of strings. I could
map this to a list of
, but I won't, because I need to change them back to strings anyway. On the other hand, it would be handy if I would do it because I need to check for a condition.
What do I need? -->
I need to change the elements in the list when a certain condition is met. So, for example: if a list in the element is greater than 10, I need to change the element to a certain character like a
Eventually, my list should be something like this:
['+', '+', '+', '-', '-', '-', '-', '+', '+', '+']
So, the concept in my head right now is:
- Don't convert the string to an int, because I will need to transform them to strings anyway (hence the special characters I was talking about).
- I need to use a
, because I want to check every element
I'd probably need to use a loop like this:
for score in scores:
if score == "5": # check if element is a 5
score == "+" # make it a plus
score == "-" # make it a minus
this doesn't work and I don't even know if this is the right way. I can use
and get every element in the list like this, but this wouldn't be efficient nor generic, or would it? What is the best way to transform elements in a list when a certain condition is met?
Can someone point in me the right direction please?