Jess - 2 years ago 154

Python Question

I'm working on writing a function where an array is given:

arrayA = [2,3,1]

the function needs to return a new array where newArray = [2,5,6]

its almost like the fibonacci function.

`newArray[0]=arrayA[0]`

newArray[1]=arrayA[0]+arrayA[1]

newArray[2]=arrayA[1]+arrayA[2]+arrayA[3]

heres my code so far, but always end up with a empty list. arrayA is passed in as parameter.

`def generateNewArray(A):`

A=[]

newArray=[]

for i in range(len(A)):

newArray[i]=A[i]+A(i+1)

return newArray

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Answer Source

```
print [sum(A[:i]) for i in range(1,len(A)+1)]
```

I guess ... I think theres actually a **cumulative sum** builtin somewhere ... or maybe its in numpy

```
numpy.cumsum(A)
```